From: Jing-Jing on
____ <internetphobic(a)deletedmail.com> wrote in
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> Why does She look like someone stuccoed her face.
>

Lots of foundation makeup. Personally, I can't stand women with too much
makeup. Makes them look like skanks.
From: Scott W on
On Sep 13, 6:50 pm, "Jing-Jing" <j...(a)jing.invalid> wrote:
> Scott W <biph...(a)hotmail.com> wrote innews:4c202125-cff2-43d8-88f5-3c31729927ba(a)i24g2000prf.googlegroups.com:
>
> > You can make a decent looking 12x18 print, but if you make the same
> > print from a 12 MP image it is going to look sharper.   T0 get a super
> > sharp print you need more like 35 MP, 400ppi, but you have to look
> > pretty close at the print to tell the differance between 300ppi and
> > 400ppi.
>
> > Scott
>
> And what if I don't want it to be sharp? Maybe I want the image to be soft
> and fuzzy looking. I can get a good quality 20x30 print from my 2.1mp
> Olympus 2020z if those are my priorities.

You can always turn a hi-res sharp image into a soft one, if that is
really what you want, but you can't turn a low-res image into a sharp
one. For me I would rather start with a sharp image, if you like
nothing but soft images then maybe a Holga is what you really want.

Scott
From: Jing-Jing on
The Kat <news1(a)katxyzkave.net> wrote in
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> If the difference between 12 and 24MP isn't enough, then the
> difference between 24 and 50MP won't be either.

Um, my current DC is 10mp so the jump would be 10mp to 50mp and not 24mp to
50mp.
From: Jing-Jing on
The Kat <news1(a)katxyzkave.net> wrote in
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> 20x30mm, or inches?

inches
From: Jing-Jing on
Scott W <biphoto(a)hotmail.com> wrote in
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> You can always turn a hi-res sharp image into a soft one, if that is
> really what you want, but you can't turn a low-res image into a sharp
> one. For me I would rather start with a sharp image, if you like
> nothing but soft images then maybe a Holga is what you really want.
>
> Scott
>

Never said "like nothing but soft images". Merely stating that a 2.1mp DC
can give a great 20"x30" print if used in the right manner. You guys are
stating that you need X camera for X print size which is just not true
because you are not considering the intended final image.