APS-C vs Full Frame for Landscapes

Started Aug 13, 2014 | Discussions thread
Windancer Veteran Member • Posts: 5,477
Re: APS-C vs Full Frame for Landscapes

David Wyman wrote:

Does the camera really matter? Not between FF and APS.

I agree, if the original image was taken with good tecniques, ie: tripod or monopod if the SS drops, good focussing, lots of DOF (if that is what you want) then it is amazing what can be done. I have a 16 x 24 print on my wall of a photo that was taken with a lowly 6mpa (by today's standards) D100 yet it is very sharp, has won a couple of awards, and overall IMO makes a very nice print.


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