« on: July 09, 2014, 04:27:25 PM »
I like big bits and I can not lieWe could have printed so much lager than 32x48. It would have made all the difference in the world to me. I want to leave you with one final thought as you find a new home. Don't let the door hit you in the A$$.
How ever did Salgado, McCurry, Art Wolfe, Paul Nicklen, Alex Webb, Ami Vitale, et al, ever make museum-quality large prints, for years, before July 18, 2014 when the D810 came out? To think, they were never informed of their folly, until now...
Exactly. World famous photographers print large with any camera. Museum quality. Gallery quality.
But anonymous people on the internet "can't survive" without their extra pixels. Nikon gives 7,360 horizontal pixels. Canon gives 5,760 horizontal pixels. So with Nikon one can print 5 or 7 inches bigger. Wow, that's like ... soooo much bigger. Worth a system change for sure.
You other clickers can't deny
That when a camera walks in with an itty bitty lens
And more pixels then you'll grin