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Posted 08 November 2014 - 02:38 AM

Just watched this again, and let it sink in.. https://www.youtube....TuBr0W0Zhw#t=25

I used to do some historical photography on film and slides. Nearly every bit was Black and white. Many asked me why more was NOT in color. MY standard answer was the gray scales and the "seen" resolution. Our eyes, when it comes to color, Blur resolution to "make it all look good". Digital Photography has allowed Us to Bring out SO much more details, AND the colors. Photography now is so much more subjective than in the past. I think making the Photograph "work" for people seeing it, has more merit than the camera equipment these days. This video even gets into software used to modify images for sensor differences. This is The best technical Video Tony has made, and LOOK, no crop sensor arguments!! :)



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Posted 08 November 2014 - 06:52 AM

As one who is numerically challenged this vid melted my brain though just amazed at Tony`s skills in understanding and presenting such complex data, some of it even made sense to me...(-:  Though I came away with a question given if I got it right (?) Tony seems to say cropping a full frame sensor derived pic will create a lesser quality image than one from a cropped sensor camera.

 

One of the main reasons I bought the D800  (full frame) was in the hope that I would have a chance to get better quality in situations where cropping would be inevitable in order to make the best of a shot...?

 

If using maths to answer the question.... you risk boiling my already damaged brain...(-:

 

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Posted 13 November 2014 - 05:58 AM

D800 you can crop a lot even though it is full frame as it has huge files. As long as your image is super sharp to begin with.

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:01 AM

Having owned my D800 for a while now I have cropped a few pics...(-: I have been pleased with the results though it seemed that Tony had suggested that a full frame pic cropped might have lesser quality than that from an ASPC.. Unless I picked that up wrong...Duh..!

 

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Posted 17 November 2014 - 07:08 AM

D800/D810 is kind of the exception to the rule.





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