|17th of June 2001 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: May 2001
Normal, Fine or Super Fine?
What is the differance in these three? I have taken a shot on 2048 x 1536 on each of the 3 compressions. When I looked at the results on the computer at 300% enlargement I could not see any differance in the photo's. All the features and all the lines are the same. What am I missing?
|27th of June 2001 (Wed)||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2001
Re: Normal, Fine or Super Fine?
Most of the time, I cannot distinguish between Fine and Superfine. The differences come up when you start taking pictures of stuff that has lots of detail and contrast. Say if you take a high res picture of a page of text in a book. The normal setting will produce slight blocky artifacts in the areas where white meets black.
In most pictures you will take however, there is so much "going on" that even if there are such artifacts, it is difficult to pick them out of the scene. Imagine taking a picture of a tree. There are so many leaves, and they are in such a random formation, that it is asking alot from your brain to pick out image degradation. If you want the find artifacts look at the "edge" of things while zooming in.
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