Martin Evening

Martin Evening

Colour management: a typical LCD will allow you to check for sharpness and give you a fairly good idea of the tone and colour, but you can never fully appreciate…

Having more megapixels must mean bigger, better pictures, or does it?

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By Marty Taylor, Dunfermline, Scotland Exif: Sony Cybershot W40, 1/320sec, f7.1, ISO 80

By Laurens Wills, Edinburgh, Scotland Exif: Pentax K100D, 18-55mm lens, 5 secs at f/22

by Rebecca Naen, Cheltenham UK Exif: Canon EOS 350D, 24-70mm lens, 1/50sec at f/8, ISO 400

by Barri Elford, Wales Exif: Nikon D200, 18-200mm, 1/15sec, f/22, ISO 100

By David Hearne, Runcorn, Cheshire, UK Exif: Olympus E450, 40-150mm, 1/60sec at ISO 200

By Dragos Cocioaba, Romania Exif: Canon Powershot A520, 1/60sec at f/2.6

By Simon Taylor, Bath Olympus E1, 8mm fisheye lens, 2secs at f/16

By: Pat Herlihy, Ballybunion, Co. Kerry Exif: Nikon D40, 18-55mm lens, 1/200sec at ISO200

Here is a subject that I have to say only recently caught my attention when a fellow photographer pointed out to me that some of the latest high-end digital SLR…