I'm planned to get new digital camera this year and I'm not picture expert.
Jiro, be good man.
Jiro, be good man.
I know exactly what you are talking about. My son's fisher price digital camera does not have a very good megapixel pictures. Everytime I want to enlarge and crop... it gets blocky. but if I used my camera, I can enlarge it without the blocky looks. Have anyone see the original mario (from NES) on Ninetendo wii? Very blocky, that's for sure.Jiro, I'm not listening to you. Stop being a smart ass, ok? I know it by my experience not based on what they're saying. This has nothing to do with print, it's all about detail ON the computer screen for web publishing/cropping. Thank you for your time. :roll:
lower megapixel... like what? 2? 3?I always use "RAW".
If, I have DSLR with 10 megapixels or higher. I will feel stress with too many files (about 400 pictures) from sport events and slow to processor on computer (open file, keep/delete files, adjust color, sharp, crop and save file-JPEG or TIFF). Difficult to beat deadline from 400 files x 10 megapixels.
That's why I rather lower megapixels (use RAW) better than 10 megapixels or higher.
#1 - Hubble Telescope Space - I do not remember how much megapixels. It was very small number of megapixels.Did you know that film is equalivent to around 20 megapixels? We need more detail in photos with higher megapixels. I think nature photographers need higher megapixel cameras due to framed pictures for wall, desktop pictures, all that stuff.
I have 3 different DSLRs.lower megapixel... like what? 2? 3?
:-o I never thought the megapixel for Hubble Telescope would be that low!!! interesting!!#1 - Hubble Telescope Space - I do not remember how much megapixels. It was very small number of megapixels.
Not enough time for me to research. So, I found some info, "Hubble CCD camera originally had only 0.64 megapixels. However, with four sensors......." see more story at Masters of light
#2 - I know about this Genuine Fractal Software but I never try this software. Genuine Fractals 6 Professional Edition - onOne Software
This software is great for increase size without loss sharpness or detail.
Few years ago, I read Graphic Industrial magazine, they had brief story about Genuine Fractal Software - from 3 megapixels to larger size of picture to wrap on the bus.
:-o I never thought the megapixel for Hubble Telescope would be that low!!! interesting!!
now that I think about it.. that actually makes sense because the transmission is very limited and hard to transmit large amount of data over ultra-long distance.
Great shots! I can always tell an excellent photographer when I see one. I liked how you quoted some of your photos Sad about the guy who was murdered.I have 3 different DSLRs.
Nikon D1h - 2.7 Megapixels
Nikon D2hs - 4.7 Megapixels
Nikon D1X - 5.1 Megapixels ("fake" 10 megapixels)
Sample pictures pictures from my 3 different cameras with what kind of lenses
Nikon D1H with 20mm and tripod (after 30 minutes sunset)
Nikon D1H with 400mm f/2.8
Nikon D2HS with 400mm f/2.8. I was on sideline at Eagle Bank Bowl
Nikon D2HS with 300mm Auto-Focus
Nikon D1X with vintage 300mm f/2.8 non-auto-focus - use manual focus
Congratz.... Ray Rice did great job for Baltimore Ravens. I think he need to take dance lesson.
Nikon D1X with zoom lens 80-200 f/2.8 at 200mm (Zoom lens is not fast focus)
See player (blue) #6 was murder. He played for UConn. Someone stabbed him at party. I feel bad for his life is short.
Nikon D1X with 60mm and QFlash (very expensive flash)
Thank you....Great shots! I can always tell an excellent photographer when I see one. I liked how you quoted some of your photos Sad about the guy who was murdered.
It's true. I did that before from my DSLR and work great.It doesn't work that way with a 2 megapixel. Let me explain an example: When you take a picture of a woman about 1/4 mile away with a 2 megapixel camera. If you zoom up to 100 percent, it will look blurry and pixelated. When you take a picture of the same subject on a 15-20 megapixel camera, the detail is lot better in smaller area and it doesn't appear as pixelated and it's croppable. Same idea you do that with wildlife that are so far away which is more efficent on a higher megapixel camera, sometimes you have one chance to capture things with zoom that didn't have enough oo mph.
That's why satellites use gigapixel cameras to take pictures of our planet and gets lot of detail to the roofs of the houses or trees, or even people.