Soft image in print

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asolov
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Re: Soft image in print
In reply to DonSC, 4 months ago

DonSC wrote:

Prints usually work best when the image on screen looks overly sharpened. If you do a Google search I'm sure you'll find plenty of references.

Is it suggested then to develop different versions of the same image, one for print and one for on screen viewing?

As far as the image, does it look sharp? I am still testing the GX7 + 14mm pancake combo. It's perfect for me as far as size, weight and convenience goes, but I am still questioning whether I should consider Olympus m43 or start looking at larger sensors or, perhaps, just bite the bullet and carry a larger Panasonic 7-14 lens (which is a pain on more adventurous trips).

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