Tuesday, 3 August 2010

New Camera - nice photo's

Same shot ... from 3.2 megapixel cameraphone to 14.1 megapixel Canon ... a world apart.

Just a short post to highlight what a difference a decent camera can make. The following photos were taken at night with just the aid of two 'natural light' biobulbs (one in the roomlight and the other in a desklamp) and my new Canon Powershot SX210 (yummy) camera.

The 14.1 Megapixels are a bitch ... they show up my shoddy inking - bummer.

The beauty with this camera is that you can digitally control your aperture rating. For the unintiated (or the barely initiated like me), this basically means you can control how long the 'film' is exposed through the lens. This means that rather than 'snapping' a shot of the miniatures it can take a slower paused shot to really soak up the details.

Mr Trygon ...now with even more detail.

I hasten to add that these photos were taken at night, under artificial light and with no 'photoshop' work done beyond some 'paint' cropping.
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