Movie Ranking: four / five
Tags: Behind, Megapixel, Minutes, Myth, Photography, Real, Season, Tips, Truth
This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 at 7:53 pm and is filed under Photo Tips.
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Great video. Also, when having more megapixels, the space the photos (RAW) will take up on your hard drive will increase. Plus LR and PS will require more from the available RAM to process them – potentially making your workflow slower.
That was longer than 2 fucking minutes!!
Great idea, will try to do it =)
dont care about MP… i just got a use D700 for 1250 dollars and i’m plenty happy with it!!! If i should get in to photography to make a little gold then i would be at weddings or corp portraits.. and i believe it will do fine in those categories 🙂
We have our hooks in with Phase One, so we borrow them from time to time for shoots. =)
simple and elegante
IMO the biggest myth about megapixels is that more megapixels always equals more noise. Usually it is expressed like, “Jeez why did they cram all those pixels on the sensor! I would much rather have better noise performance.”
Like to know the perceived difference between 12, 16 and 24Mp versus file size.
I thought you were all 35mm photogs? Who has the medium format on the SLR Lounge team?
I clicked this so I could point out how yet another photographer didn’t have a clue about the importance/truth/whatever concerning megapixels.
Pleasantly surprised. Nicely done.
any chances for a “full frame vs cropped sensor” in 2 minutes?
Awesome. Simply: Know what you have so you know how to use it!
Awesome. To the point and very elaborate
Waiting for the “pixel peepers” to flood the comment section with “i told you so!”
This was an awesome break down of basically the pros and cons of having or not having high megapixels.