Thursday, March 15, 2012
It's All In The Details
When it comes to cameras, the difference between a DSLR and a Point-and-Shoot is growing smaller. The technology in a DSLR is getting better, but on a much slower curve than the technology in Point-and-Shoots. But there are still many examples of photographs where it is clear that the photo is made with a DSLR. I find that many of these photos show their origin through the amount of detail they contain. A DSLR photo almost always holds scads of detail (provided of course the light balance is kept and the appropriate lens is used). So with that in mind, here are two photos I would not have been able to make without a DSLR. The first being I, a macro shot of my girlfriend Rachelle's eye, and the second Rio Grande, a macro of my dog Rio.
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