Hello everyone, hope you're having a great week.
I've busy with lots of stuff at the moment, some work related, some photography related. I sold the rights to one of my images this week for use on a CD cover and various promotional materials, and I'm also assembling a print portfolio for another project in Lisbon.
As usual we're busy with stuff related to the Turismo Rural project...and I'm going through the process of selling my apartment. I'm a little sad, it's the first place I ever bought and owned on my own, and it was right next to the beach, but life moves on so it's time to sell it.
Finally, if any of you like new camera speculation, particularly new Nikon speculation, here's a link to "supposed" camera photos taken at the print shop of the promotional materials for the Nikon D700 (everyone thought it was going to be called the D10).
Is it real, or is it fake? That's up to you to decide.
Looks a lot like an F6 body with a full frame sensor.
"Only" 12mp!? Well, to be honest the difference between 12mp and 16mp is only actually around 650 pixels along the longest side, and how much can you do with 650 pixels?
Printing at 220 dpi, those extra pixels will give you around a 7cm bigger print so really, how much does the amount of MP really matter?
It's the quality of those megapixels that count, not the quantity, and I'm much more interested in the clean, noise free images with the dynamic range of the 12mp D3 sensor than I am with being able to print 7cm bigger.
Rumours are for a July 1st announcement...but really, who apart from Nikon, actually knows