100% crop from a Fuji Finepix E900 image I’ve said it before, and now doubt I will say it again . . . often: “Size doesn’t necessarily matter!” At least megapixel size doesn’t anyway. But the size of your digital sensor may well matter a great deal. Take for example the Canon EOS D20 and […]
Archive for April, 2006
When Helmut Newton wanted to test a new piece of equipment, or check the tonal range of a film he would inevitably photograph his wife. I am simply following his example.
A nice clear image with very liitle chromatic aberration in the Canon D20 100% crop. The Fuji Finepix E900 has a reputation for producing purple fringing in shots taken against the light. It’s true I’ve experienced this problem myself in a few shots. Usually this occurs in extreme circumstances when the difference in exposure for […]