I started to bypass this photo, for some reason way back in my brain, but went back and clicked on it and WOW is that probably one of the sharpest photographs I have seen posted here and the content of the photograph is compelling. Thanks for posting. I am envious.
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I have discovered that if I delete in camera before downloading I might miss something on the 2” camera display that I would pick out, crop in, and save on the 27” monitor. Unexpected surprises do happen every once in a while.
Always one better. Had friend whose front was in one city and back yard was in another. One side yard was in one county and the other side was in a different county. Property tax time was a nightmare.
Two comments, 1st is to ask what is the structure on the lower left side of the photograph? It appears to be lit by the sun which is behind it. Weird. 2nd, if it were mine I would crop about at least 50 percent of the sky out. Make it appear to be more of a panorama. Just my opinion.
I may be too picky but... in looking at the photo in download the first thing I saw was that the right knee was sharper than the right shoulder. Actually the right knee and the dogs nose are the sharpest and from there back it starts fading. Not knowing specifics of settings but my guess might be to use a higher number aperture so the focal length can bring more into focus.
Oh the memories this shot conjures up. Thank you for posting
I have been trying to figure out the same problem for quite a while. Would be interested in hearing an answer if anyone has one.
If he asked about jpeg why would the discussion go to raw figures?
What resolution are you shooting at?
SKWWPW is happening this weekend. I urge you to find a walk near you and get out and shoot. Great cause and you might make new friends.
What lens are you using? When shooting rooms you want to show as much in one shot as you can thus you need a wide angle lens.
Really like this a lot. Think if it were mine I would clone out the four twigs coming down out of the top. My eyes were drawn there almost instantly. JMHO. Nice shot.
IMHO: there seems to be a couple of problems in the comparison of the two photographs. First is the lighting is duller in the top photograph but the sharpness is on the apple and paper. Appears that if the focal point on both were the same and the lighting were the same it would be a truer comparison.