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  • size matters ?

    by Egonzitter | 9th of April, 2012

    I use a sony a-700 with 12,2 megapixels at the moment.Is it an advantage to have more megapixels (bigger format / full frame) or perhaps a disadvantage if you have pictures twice as big for having better sales ? See Article
  • resolution a big deal

    by Kjcimagery | 30th of March, 2012

    I have been very fortunate with my relatively small portfolio and I actually just passed the 50 upload mark. I am very curious to know and hear opinions about the resolution of images in general. The majority of my photos are 6.1 megapixels. Does this lower resolution... More
  • Listening to the left shoulder

    by Joezachs | 17th of May, 2011

    Last week I sauntered into the kitchen and found this big plate all piled up with mangoes which looked very pale. I asked wifey “Hey why so many mangoes and why are they looking pale ?” She said “its all sort of blanched” Me : “Blanched?” Wifey “ Well... More
  • Mind the size

    by Grisho | 10th of May, 2011

    I just wanted to share a personal observation with the rest of the contributors. Maybe a lot of you are already aware of this but I guess some of you are not. So, it's about the maximum size we should save our images/illustrations. The thing is that if you upload images with... More
  • Thank God! not only nightingales..

    by Physi28 | 4th of July, 2010

    After being very happy and thankful with my first and recent sales however I began to think I would get stuck in sales only of Nightingales as about half of the photos sold showed one of them,however this morning at least I managed to get a warbler downloaded, also a bird... More
  • How Would The Nikon D90 Compare to other DSLR's

    by Secmaster | 14th of January, 2010

    I have just purchased a Nikon D90 as a replacement for my Nikon D60 and I would be very interested it what other photographers opinions of this camera are. Here are some of the key points that swayed my decision to get the D90. The Nikon F Mount which makes the camera... More
  • Yachts, Yachts, and Yachts.

    by Creativei | 13th of March, 2009

    This past two weeks has been a great week, Two boat show in UAE, one the regular Dubai International Boat Show, where I had an opportunity to meet and picture the Ruler of Dubai. (please check my latest editorial picture) And just today been to a Abu Dhabi Super Yachts show.... More
  • Megapixels tell a difference

    by Saniphoto | 5th of February, 2009

    Apart from obvious lack of experience and technical ability, there may be another reason why beginners usually have lower RPI (return per image): camera file size. (return per image for who doesn't know yet, is total sales amount divided by the number of images you have... More
  • Review: Canon G10

    by Bradcalkins | 7th of January, 2009

    I got a Canon G10 over Christmas and it is definitely a great little camera. I was worried that the high megapixel count and small sensor would drop my approval rating compared to the DSLR I've been using up until now. After getting a first batch accepted, with no rejections... More
  • Mega Pixel Race - Seeking New Harware

    by Ratmandude | 10th of October, 2008

    Please Note: No malice is intended in any of this comment of mine, especially not to any particular brand mentioned & or not mentioned here in this comment of my personal opinion. I am just a little confused right now as to what direction to go in. And am seeking knowledgeable... More
  • More megapixels - "Should I upgrade my camera?"

    by Achilles | 11th of February, 2008

    Contributors often ask this question: "do the extra pixels matter?". Here are a few thoughts about it. What values most to us and the buyers is the content of your image. If the aesthetics are bad, it doesn't matter what your camera can do or how many MP it can produce.... More

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