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detail is only secondary in importance

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Luni, 07/01/2008 - 02:04
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Digital is great for B/W if you don't demand three-dimensional sharpness in your prints. If you do, you want big film. Digital cameras are great for color, since detail is only secondary in importance to the colors and tones. Half of B/W is about the texture, while very little of good color images are.

Digital cameras use colored filter dots placed over the sensors to simulate color response, They then use Bayer interpolation to patch together a color image from the output of what really is a B/W sensor! Sadly for B/W shooters, this more than halves the resolution when you put it back into B/W.
Ken Rockwell

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