Upload & Sell: On
Good morning All!
A turn of events on the drive in to work this morning (not me driving) caused me to recall an event earlier in life which has put me in the mode to write. Since this is my chosen forum for all things photographic, I hope this is of interest to some and if the muse strikes to reply, I'll be interested in your take on this.
While riding into work today we passed a farm field that had a dozen or so egrets standing around. I was wish that I could stop and take a photo here...Show more →
According to Ming TheIn, on a recent post, 98% of images distributed are done so on a screen, not print. No doubt printer sales have declined, in units shipped; prices have been going down for years. Printers are much better, and the printer manufactures have subscribed to the Gillette model - sell the razor so you can sell the blades.
Jeff Schwe has a good, new, book: The Digital Print.
All that said, I think all of us could get better in preparing images for the screen. Sharpening, downsizing, etc. Could use some tips in this area!
Finally, isn't it a paradox that sensors are getting so many more pixels, when 98% of the viewing process is at ~ 100 psi?