True, it does. But if you are using a wide-angle lens and one speedlight then it's hard to get the flash close enough to get the right power to overpower the sun without getting the flash in the shot. However, I would definitely have had the flash on a stand/tripod, at head height. Low-light has a bit too much of a haloween feeling for me.
They just revert the file to 'standard' colour again. I always shoot RAW. But I like shooting in the specific style on the camera as it gets me and my clients to a point where we can see the shot in different styles. If we nail it in the camera, all there is to do is to convert to TIFF or JPEG.
And shooting in a certain style helps me think in that style, just as I used to when shooting film.
Same thing I think about all these reviews...... he opens by saying he's been out shooting with it all weekend. But, where are the photos? How difficult is it to cut some pics from the camera into these videos?
True, but Weston used film that was a lot more off the shelf than Mann is using here. She is making her own sensitized plates. I used to make a lot of emulsions myself. It tended to be that you got to experimenting with exposure time rather than metering. Because, metering relies upon knowing the ISO.... and with making your own light-sensitive plates, emulsions etc.... that's usually the one thing you have no accurate picture of.