was wirklich niemand wissen will.
Monday, November 27th, 2017 on Lyrisa
maybe, but it is also the decision of customers to either renew their membership or not.
yay, another high iso set, where all details are destroyed....
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 on Presenting Olivia Preston
a bright day, and still almost all detail lost in high digital noise.
Metart, when are you planning to be about quality?
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 on Presenting Lorian and Shelli
I haven't looked at every picture. Only a handful to be honest.
Those were so bad, I did not felt compelled to look at the rest.
The model? A sweetheart. The posing isn't bad either. But with every pic I opened I felt the urge to shake the photographer and yell 'where is your focus?'. Seriously. Blurry, blurry, blurry.
When you do a portrait shot, don't focus on the tip of the nose. Focus on the eyes. When you do an all over shot and EVERYTHING is a blurry mess, you might want to re-think your technique.
I long for the days when photographers learned several years as apprentices before being allowed to shoot unsupervised. This set is THAT bad.
Sunday, October 1st, 2017 on Presenting Viviann
16-18mp is also enough for most print sizes....
Thursday, September 21st, 2017 on Presenting Casey
the thing is, the higher the mp, the smaller the pixels on the sensor, the more prone to noise they are. Also all those imperfections of the optical system are becoming more prominent.There is no perfect lens.
Now 36 or 50mp on a medium format sensor... that's a treat...
why? 36mp of bad focus and blurry, compressed to death mess is much worse than 16mp, crisp and focussed.
And this set is, from a technical point of view, an amateurish mess.
High mp sensors are much more unforgiving and obviously whoever Tora Ness is, the sensor is way too unforgiving for the skills used on that day.
Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 on Presenting Casey
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