The whole question of lens sharpness...

Started Jun 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Contrast and color are MORE important :-)
In reply to salla30, Jun 15, 2013

salla30 wrote:

I agree wholeheartedly with this.

Colour and contrast, the way the light plays naturally within an image is so important.

And colour, so important, take the RX1 for example, do a search on Flickr for RX1. A whole load of thumbs come up and the first thing you notice is the vivid, vibrant colours.

Sharpness is a nice attribute, but it's really very secondary at pixel level. The VAST majority of images are viewed at HD or much less (cellphone level or tablet) and as such the colour and dynamics of the image are FAR more important.

Color saturation and contrast can be adjusted, true sharpness can not.

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