My D200 is a 10.2 megapixel camera. Below are two photos that demonstrate.
The first is the full image that I took, shrunken to fit onto the website, but you see the entire shot. Note that black window near the middle of the shot.
Now, the photo below is known as a 100% crop. It is showing exactly the same size as the camera saw, but I've chopped away the rest of the image so it will fit onto the website.
Well, it's already been a couple of weeks since the arrival of the undeniably incredible D200. New images to follow. Thanks for all your flattering emails, but honestly, this equipment does most of the work itself.
A visit to Fort Langley this weekend netted a few choice shots. The valley is with my 18-70mm, while the other two are with my 28-300mm. I experimented with quite high shutter speeds, 1/1000th sec. and it seems to work very well in good light.
A few more shots. Two model technique shots, very fun. The other is a night shot of the downtown area, taken from a complex in Yaletown.
I've been working on some scale models of the streets of Vancouver. More specifically, Cordova and Richards, close to The Landing.
OK, I'm kidding. I've used regular photographs and a special technique to make the photographs have a fake depth of field while as blowing out colours for that plastic look and feel. Just a first experiment though. A high perspective seems to be a must for the illusion to work well.
I AM working on a model of Le Louvre in Paris though.
OK, I'm kidding.