Category Archives: Techniques

Sony A7R on Architecture Duty

I’ve been using the Sony A7r pretty heavily the past nine months, and I am continuously impressed with the IQ I’ve been able to get out of this thing. I thought I would post a recent example of how this … Continue reading

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Perspective Correction: Lens vs. Software

I’ve been coming across a lot of discussion of tilt-shift lenses recently. One of the particular benefits of these lenses is the ability to apply perspective correction to a scene by shifting the lens up or down. This allows the … Continue reading

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The Quest for Acceptable Print Size

A Little Background A recent discussion got me thinking about this topic. In a nutshell, when the question of “How big can I print?” is raised, you’ll get a lot of opinions. Someone will invariably state that bigger prints are … Continue reading

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Dynamic range, Canon DSLRs, and Shadow Noise – Dealing With It

Thanks in no small part to the release of the Nikon D800 and its excellent Exmor sensor from Sony, shadow noise has once again become a hot topic on Canon forums. To provide a brief summary of the fracas: the … Continue reading

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