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'The above image is why I'm not bothered about the lack of pixels in m4/3 (compared to some other systems) It consists of 76 (yes that is 76) images shot in three rows with an Olympus OM-D E-M5 II plus Panasonic 100-300 zoom and stitched together in Photoshop CC using the Photomerge function. As you might image the resolution and level of detail are jaw dropping. 'Read More
'In a previous article about the Sigma DP2 Quattro I wrote that it may well follow my usual Sigma Foveon sensor camera experience. Buy it, rave about the images quality, get frustrated by it, sell it. However, this time this camera is still around. And it's more likely (though not certain) to continue to do that since I've been exploring the various crop modes. You can shoot in 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9 and as above in 21:9. With the OOC double size jpgs. the camera produces, this crop still gives a large file of incredible quality and I have to say I really (really) like the compositions I can get with it. 'Read More
'My New Year picture was actually an 360 degree iPad Panorama and this tablet / iPhone 6 feature is very good. It stitches together pretty well, with only the odd (fixable error) the great thing is that you see it emerging as you move the iPad. I got a bit 'creative' with the top one to create an 'armageddon wasteland' type image, but as you can see from the other three it's capable of 'natural' results as well.'Read More
'It's the difference between simply recording what's in front of me and creating something unique from that. But I've always liked the idea that these multi-image stitches that are created, for the most part, don't look like they were created that way'Read More