The most common reason we give for buying a new camera with more megapixels, or buying a better lens, is to get sharper, finer detailed photographs. Will this automatically improve our photographs? Here is what David Hay has to say
Is sharpness the most important measure of picture quality?
Case 1. When I used to teach photography at evening class, I would ask class members to bring along some of their photographs for constructive analysis. One member, who had a high quality 35mm outfit, brought along a set of pictures, all of which lacked interest. He had pointed his camera in the general direction of where he thought there might be a photograph, but had failed to isolate any of the interesting parts. In short, his pictures were boring. The following week, to my...
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