When it comes to color grading, there are thousands of techniques. You can't
say one method is better than the other. And none of them works universal for
all images. Probably like all photographers, I try to photograph light and colors
in a way I want them, so I have less work in post production. For images that
look almost perfect out of cam, color grading using Photoshop's gradient map
is a very quick method.
In photography it's all about light. The quality and quantity of light, soft and harsh light. But one of the most important aspects is the direction of light. It's always good to know from where the sun shines at what time.
After owning a Sony Alpha 7R2 for more than one year now, I decided to share my experiences with this mirrorless camera. A lot of blog posts you find are written by techno enthusiasts, so my personal opinion might add something as I am definitely not the type of person who you can win over with more megapixels or other tech specs.