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The pictures are going up above my tv, so usually no closer then 4 feet or so, so it should be good enough. These are more for decoration then to showcase my work (I'm a pretty lousy photographer), so the quality was never a huge concern.
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The pictures are going up above my tv, so usually no closer then 4 feet or so, so it should be good enough. These are more for decoration then to showcase my work (I'm a pretty lousy photographer), so the quality was never a huge concern.

I was looking into getting some canvas prints a few months ago but never pulled the trigger due to price, but I found people really like canvas on demand . There is also http://www.easycanvasprints.com/ a bit cheaper and if you go to their facebook page you can get a free 8x10 by referring friends.
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I've been published!!!! Magazine is (ATM) iPad only, but soon on other places too or so I'm told. Magazine is called InFocus Australia. Just started reading some of the other articles on a friends iPad too and its awesome!

https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/infocus-australasia/id627335324?mt=8

now to wait for android/web version.....

Slightly ecstatic atm......
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i have a question about d7000/d7100. liveview shows just the aps-c image not the entire frame from which final image will be cut?

thank you
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i have a question about d7000/d7100. liveview shows just the aps-c image not the entire frame from which final image will be cut?

thank you
revro

D7000 and D7100 are APS-C cameras, so the Live View image is exactly what you'll see in the final image. They also have 100% viewfinder coverage, so you'll see the entire image through there as well.
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I've been published!!!! Magazine is (ATM) iPad only, but soon on other places too or so I'm told. Magazine is called InFocus Australia. Just started reading some of the other articles on a friends iPad too and its awesome!

https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/infocus-australasia/id627335324?mt=8

now to wait for android/web version.....

Slightly ecstatic atm......

Do they include contact information for you or at least enough identification info to be able to find you? Also.. do you have a website set up? If you dont, I'd do that now and get cracking so that you jump to the head of the class in search engines (SEO, etc)
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D7000 and D7100 are APS-C cameras, so the Live View image is exactly what you'll see in the final image. They also have 100% viewfinder coverage, so you'll see the entire image through there as well.
if viewfinder shows everything that i see, whats the difference against fullframe in picture quality? i mean d7100 is 24mpixel so compared to 36mpixel of d800 they might actually be same in pixel per mm

then d7100 looks better and better, compared to d600

thank you
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The pictures are going up above my tv, so usually no closer then 4 feet or so, so it should be good enough. These are more for decoration then to showcase my work (I'm a pretty lousy photographer), so the quality was never a huge concern.

If you have a decent source image a 20x30 image from crop camera can be done and with decent results. They won't be museum quality prints or meet some peoples standards but I am happy with mine. I have two 24x36 canvas prints done, one from the 18mp 7D and one from a 15mp 50D. Both look fine to me and everyone else that has viewed them. Again I stress the importance of a good quality, sharp source file that is primarily un-cropped. See this post with some large prints from a 8MP camera (30D) that will meet most people quality standards.

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=736714

I wonder too if canvas is a bit more forgiving than a glossy print. I have been tempted to get one of my canvas shots printed via normal means to 24x36 and see how they compare.

Now, all that being said, go to your local museum, photography gallery ect. and search out a few images printed to this size that were shot with a medium format or large format camera and you will see the quality Sub50 is talking about. Even smaller prints from these larger cameras are amazing. A gallery of yousuf Karsh's work came through Chicago awhile back and they are pretty amazing prints. Now there is also the film aspect, and some darkroom magic at play but if I had the time and money I would love to be able to produce B&Ws like that.
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if viewfinder shows everything that i see, whats the difference against fullframe in picture quality? i mean d7100 is 24mpixel so compared to 36mpixel of d800 they might actually be same in pixel per mm

then d7100 looks better and better, compared to d600

thank you
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24 MP on Nikon's APS-C sensor would equal 54 MP on a full frame with equal pixel density. The D600 is still going to produce better files, have cleaner high ISO and have better DOF control due to the larger sensor. The viewfinder has nothing to do with any of this.
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