|This was the final image seen in the movie, "The Shining". It was taken with something called a Banquet Camera. Read on for why I'm even showing this to you.|
Also in this Issue:
- 10 Things You Can't Do with a Smartphone
- Sony A7R V - Little-Discussed Features of Note (youtube video)
- Announcements / Next Time in Cameracraft Magazine
- Adding Detail to Old Photos
10 Things You Can’t Do with a Smartphone
Smartphones are taking over, and the gap in image quality continues to shrink. (See my lecture about Computational Photography given to the Royal Photographic Society for more on this topic.) But there are still areas where the big cameras are essential. Below is a short list (click on any image to view larger and sharper):1. Olympic Sports / Nature Photography / Horseback RidingThis is the first example most people think of. Anything requiring a telephoto lens and subject tracking will remain the domain of mirrorless cameras (and to some extent DSLRs, although the mirrorless camera bodies have eclipsed the DSLR's legendary tracking abilities).