m43 instead of FF

Started Nov 16, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: m43 instead of FF
In reply to LWS2013, Nov 17, 2013

LWS2013 wrote:

stimpy wrote:

Still waiting on you to identify the m43 shots I posted, obviously it's the ones without life, but can you educate the rest of us with a bit more in-depth critique...

And I will once you post 3 images from both an M4/3rds and Fuji X of the same subject as agreed yesterday, if you can do that then I'll play along, btw you'll also need to supply the originals with exif data intact to prove which came of each system.

also those cat photos you gleaned are so low rez that resize and compression has knocked the detail out of them, what were you even thinking those would prove.

Well admitting that you can't tell the difference at standard web sizes is a good start, a very good start actually.

Of course when you talk of zooming in and inspecting pixel vs pixel back and fourth between the same subject that isn't judging photography it's pixel peeing / measurbating. Not really my point if I am honest.

Yes, I could post some comparisons such as the one I just made below, but even I' agree it's fairly easy to tell when viewed this way - but this is not judging a photo. Photographers do not want their photos viewed this way, I do not buy a coffee table photography book and want to see 100% crops, I do not go into a gallery and judge the quality of a photo by taking my loupe.

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