Every Shot Counts By: Zoe and Miranda

Are you new to photography and have photo issues with the camera then this website can help with that. More than 1 hundred people a year have trouble with their cameras and editing problems.

Ever since Johann Zahn had created the camera the designs of it have been getting more complex and so has the editing of the cameras which makes people have more problems with the camera that they use.

Many of the camera styles are usually Nikon like this one here.
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For all the things your camera can manage effectively without any human input - focusing and metering, for instance - there's still a lot it can't do. This is never clearer than when a set of pictures you felt great about at the time turn up on your computer looking indisputably wrong.

White balance is one such area - it's something photographers have grappled with since the days of film. At its most basic, white balance is when your camera decides what light temperature it's working with (which varies depending on your light source) and attempts to compensate for it.

Last month we had the three highest megapixel cameras by Nikon, Sony, and Canon in our office, and we filmed a pretty polarizing review pitting them against each other. Many viewers pointed out an unfair bias in our studio test so we redid the test again using the same lens on all three cameras. We then asked our readers to pick the best looking image from the 3 cameras without telling them which camera took which photo. The results from this test were pretty alarming.

Below you can see the results we gathered from our "Which Image Looks the Best" poll. With over 2,500 votes, the overall conclusion is that most people cannot tell the difference between the three cameras when they are pitting against each other in a real world studio setting. What is even more shocking is that the Nikon D810 camera with the lowest megapixel count of 36mp actually received the most votes for having the best image quality. If you haven't seen the studio test setup where we fitted all three cameras with the same Tamron 24 - 70 2.8 lens and reshot the baby turtle in the studio, you can view that video immediately below.

Credits:

Created with images by @yakobusan Jakob Montrasio 孟亚柯 - "Nikon D50: ordered!" • PublicDomainPictures - "photographer camera lens" • armno_old - "Nikon D300s 12MP CMOS Digital SLR" • Colin-47 - "Nikon D40 + Nikor 35mm f/1.8 lens + hood" • say_cheddar - "Yashica Electro 35 CC"

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