Yes, that, too. I don't know whether that is a limitation of the rods or the lower amount of data transmitted to the brain the farther you get from the fovea, or both. Maybe the structures don't bother with information that's not there.3kramd5 said:As does resolution across our FOV.
In real life one can see all the spider webs in dark corners when looking at them, but not when looking at other things. I don't feel the need to bring them all out of the shadows in my photos.