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Shooting a 300MP photo of a Hotrod – full frame digital vs large format film

Recently, I was tasked with shooting a hotrod. It was exciting from the beginning, because these kinds of cars are pretty rare here. The owner also wanted his dog sitting on the fender. When you hear that (from a photographer’s point of view), it does not sound that difficult to do. But the picture also has to be huge [...] The post Shooting a 300MP photo of a Hotrod – full frame digital vs large format film appeared first on DIY Photography.
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