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Sharpness is Overratedon: August 2, 2020 at 8:18 pm
Good article. And it is true that ‘sharpness’ should be governed by the needs of the subject and composition not some purely technical standard that is out of context in terms of image intent and creative choices. I wish that the author had also discussed sharpness & sensor pixel density from the perspective of light diffraction. Its all very well to push for more pixels but be ready to pay big for lenses that can handle the diffraction that will match the pixel density of a 60+ MP full-frame sensor.Funny, I haven’t seen any reviews that address this.
The ArmenianRe: New Article Announcements & DiscussionsReply #1 on: July 11, 2020 at 8:47 pm
This is a insightful article, full of metaphor and symbolism. I hope artists reading this will appreciate the skillful writing that paints a full context around the beautiful photographs. Such a joy to come across material like this. This is inspiring.
The ArmenianRe: Archive for Technical ArticlesReply #2 on: September 8, 2019 at 10:44 pm
Yes, I think this is an important feature. I also suggested to Kevin that each registered reader should be able to ‘bookmark’ articles that they would like to return to. As it is articles will come and go and be forgotten!
The ArmenianRe: New Article Published – Creating Artistic Photographs Variations on a Raw FileReply #3 on: July 23, 2019 at 11:29 am
I thought the idea of using three colors as bands across the image is an effective technique to paint in depth into the image. The original is flat so this works. The technique, I am sure is pretty easy to achieve in either Lightroom or Photoshop, using gradients with very soft overlapping edges and Color Fill with a suitable Blend Mode for Ps.