Full Frame Nonsense

Started Aug 20, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Landsandgrooves Regular Member • Posts: 190
Full Frame Nonsense

Or, maybe it's better to say, there's no such thing as "full frame."

Watch Zach's video on full frame.

I've shot 4x5, 6x7, 6x6, 6x4.5, 35, and digital down to a small part of a postage stamp.

You can shoot a billboard with an X100s.

I love my D800, but I doubt that I'm limited in the size of the print with my Fujis, especially with the software available to commercial printers.

Isn't it better to focus on taking good photos, and yammering less about the hardware.  Yes, I know, this is a hardware forum, but it's also a photography forum.

Get an interesting shot.  Capture the Decisive Moment.  The equipment will not matter when you do that.

I had one second to get this, then the little boy walked away.

iPhone.  Not what I'd take on a professional shoot, but it was a fleeting moment.

F/8 and be there.  

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Tom Gresham

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