Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Visual Science Lab.: The roaring debate over small differences in digital sensor sizes masks the reality that we've lost powerful visual tools. Caution: Many Words.

The Visual Science Lab.: The roaring debate over small differences in digital sensor sizes masks the reality that we've lost powerful visual tools. Caution: Many Words.



I like Kirk Tuck's photography and I like his writing. This article is fairly typical of his work on both sides of the equation, But, it, and a companion piece a couple of days later both seem to miss a crucial point.

A good photographer can make a good image with any camera you give him. Clearly, it will not be the same image. A pinhole camera can not do the work of a DSLR. But, it can still be a powerful image. The power is not in the camera. It is in the eye behind it,

1 comment:

Kirk Tuck said...

Naw... I knew that. I just didn't say it right.

Thanks, Kirk