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    Default Small Camera Big Picture

    This is me using the camera I took the picture on the wall with, a Stylus Tough. I took it about about 4 years ago. I processed it in Topaz giving it sort of a 1950's post card look. My friends that own a local business liked it so well they wanted a big (48 X 60, 4 feet X 5 feet) print to hang on their company's wall. I think it came out quite well for a 48X60 print considering it was taken with a pocket P/S. I was really surprised that standing in front of it of the clarity and that it was free of noise. Today was the fist time I was able to visit the store to take a look at it although it's been there for over a month now. My wife took this picture with my iPhone.

    The building is the Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage Missouri.


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    Default Re: Small Camera Big Picture

    That is simply outstanding Lorey!!

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    Default Re: Small Camera Big Picture

    Fantastic photograph.
    This debunks the perceived logic of maximum print sizes from small sensors.

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    Thanks guys for the comments. I was truly amazed also, not by the image I took, but the fact that it printed 48X60 successfully. I used the fish-eye setting @ 80 ISO. I hope this evidence of what a small sensor can do is useful to others.
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    Default Re: Small Camera Big Picture

    Very well done.
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    Excellent! You caught the "1950s postcard" look beautifully. :-)

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    Thank you laingjd and Godfrey for your comments.
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