Sensor size differences even out when it comes to IQ. Why?

Started Mar 10, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: Your standards...
In reply to Dave Sanders, Mar 11, 2014

Dave Sanders wrote:

Ttriple wrote:

No offense to Jose, but that is far from his best work. I've seen his posts in various forums for going on 10 years now...those are models in awkward poses with barely passable lighting. Most of it, ironically enough, fits the actual definition of 'flat' lighting. So, not overly impressive or indicative of anything resembling what you profess to see. I suggest training your eye a bit and exposing yourself to more quality photographers by buying their books or visiting their websites. Perhaps less time worrying about your gear and more time learning about photography as an art and a craft?

Besides it is and always has been about the photographer, not his equipment. Here are some quality examples of what good colour, lighting and posing looks like...

And most of Giulio's work is with Olympus and Panasonic m4/3 gear:

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Dave Sanders

Sorry but I would have to disagree with you on both counts. While my eyes are not those of a pro, but they can surely tell in general the slight advantage IQ of a larger sensor to that of a smaller one (back up by DoXmark tests). Secondly, your links to those two pro-shooters, while impressive, are heavily post-processed. I have no doubt that they would get even better results from a larger format sensors. Physics is physics and the earth is stills round.

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