Are these also done with the same Sony camera?
I am simply blown away by the quality.
Where were the animals? Thr London Zoo is under great pressure to cover its £47,000 a month feeding expense. I hear the are starting a huge fundraising effort!
These are so wonderful. What joy to feast on this array of creatures. There was a risk that the London Zoo would have to euthanize 22,000 animals or some crazy number!
Now how would you compare the Sony with the Canon zoom cameras. Any practical differences and what’s the Historical logic for your choices
Thanks for looking and commenting. I agree with your sentiments regarding zoos. The very concept of a zoo remains a very polarizing subject, to be sure.Each animal on its own are superb characters. I find your collections uplifting and strengthen my respect for diversity.
I question zoos as being cruel but if it helps us be aware of the existential threats to these creatures, it’s worthwhile!
So far, the largest prints I've purchased have been 16" x 20" with my Canon SX50, which is 12 Mp. Here's the image with that camera, which looks quite sharp in print.Tell me, Tony, what experiencexwith Printing these files. How well do they print very large to be viewed at about 18” in an exhibition?
How did you light that flower and what’s its name? Interesting innards!So far, the largest prints I've purchased have been 16" x 20" with my Canon SX50, which is 12 Mp. Here's the image with that camera, which looks quite sharp in print.
I imagine the Sony RX10 M3 would do quite well at even larger print sizes given its 20 Mp resolution.
When I do have prints made they're usually 11" x "14" because I like the look of a group of perhaps three photos on the wall rather than one large print. Originally, way back when, I didn't consider printing my photos when I purchased the long zoom cameras. Mainly to post the images on my website and with the hope of submitting them to magazines for possible publication.
Asher,How did you light that flower and what’s its name? Interesting innards!