So far I have found it hard to get anything good inside such a closed space. Sometimes I pretend to be a vlogger.
Street Photography ( page 24 )
Mostly in Jamaica. Mostly outside in public. Mostly candid. submit street photo
I think I made the jump from a 10mp 1/2.3" sensor to a 24mp APC sensor. The file size difference is huge but is it worth it? Yes. Though I had to buy a whole new 64bit computer, harddrive and SD card just to be able to work with this new data.
Sometimes I use the extra resolution to crop-in but it's not something I practice unless there is nothing else that can be done with the image. Cropping is work, unless you enjoy editing all your pictures.
With a low resolution and small sensor you get a cheaper-smaller camera but you also get less detail. If you look back at my older pictures you will see the problems that result from low detail. If you take a picture with a cellphone its pretty much dead off the bat - nothng else to it - the pixels you see are the pixels you get. Cropping into my older pictures would rarely reveal anything sharp. Better tools are more expensive but they give better results.
I always get good shots in hwt. I think its because its so busy and you can cover a lot more ground in a short space of time. Look at those gas prices!
Finally hitting the April batch - goodbye March - its been fun but you over stayed your welcome. In this set I got a lucky shot on a windshield wiper boy/man and some other randoms from my trip across the water.
This set we are getting fried fish and as usual. I am snapping pictures as I wait. Whenever I go to a place I am trying to capture everything in the moment. I did miss a few shots like the cotton candy man, the shrimp man, the man selling weed. But I think I got a good amount of shots. The annoying social smokers, people starring into the rocks, girl in the bikini etc. It is hard to really capture everything without drawing attention to yourself. You have to take what you can get.