I think if you form your opinions about digital still photography by
watching television your research method may be flawed.
Long Beach, California, USA
On Mar 3, 2006, at 9:19 AM, Bill Pearce wrote:
> Compared to the
>> A1 shots, amazingly enough the A1 shots are a little sharper,
>> about the same grain/noise level, definitely more "colorful",
>> but lacked the 3D'ness of the film shots.
> This reminds me of video. Watch your local news, when you get the
> live right off the camera. Then compare it to something shot on
> film. At a
> glance, the video has a clarity that film just can't give. It looks
> and sharp, like the difference between regular NTSC and hi-def.
> But, look closer. It is almost cartoon-like. There just isn't the
> to it, things look more two-dimensional.
> I'm not saying digital is crap, I just think that, at this stage of
> development, there is still something about film that it can't
> Not like anybody cares.
> Bill Pearce
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