[Scribus] quality images for press (digital camera? cheap/fre eonline stock s? scan?)
Thu May 5 18:24:05 CEST 2005
thanks to everyone who replied and contributed to this thread.
i guess the ?300UK / $400US Rollei DK4010 is not really up to the task of
producing images suitbale for letter/A4 size print. the photopgraphy shop
insists the lens is good enough - which it may be - but at 4MP there will
not be enough pixels to spread over the printed glossy sheets.
From: frank gaude' [mailto:tanzen at sbcglobal.net]
Sent: 05 May 2005 17:19
To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
Subject: Re: [Scribus] quality images for press (digital camera?
cheap/freeonline stock s? scan?)
Well, when it comes to ruling, Nikon is the way to go. Their lens since
1950 have been good, very good, at prices that make sense. Digital is
also the way to go presently. The Nikon D70 or the Canon Rebel XT are
extreme values for good color photos with enough resolution to produce
beautiful 13" by 19" prints and larger.
That's my two cents.
Marvin Dickens wrote:
>On Wednesday 04 May 2005 07:57 pm, Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
>>I can only talk of myself, but I still prefer 'real' photos made with a
>>good camera and good films. But of course you need an excellent scanner
>>for premium results.
>>In addition to what Craig, Rainer and Neil wrote, I want to direct your
>>attention to the Leica R9 SLR for which a digital back is available now
>>(presumed you have a fortune to spend for a camera). In my experience
>>Leica lenses are still the best when it comes to colours and difficult
>>exposures. If you can't afford a Leica and want to take only digital
>>photographs look at Panasonic SLRs. Some of them are equipped with
>>lenses from Leica and are much cheaper than Leicas.
>I second Leica lens quality. In the event you can't afford/get a Leica
>Nikon is my second choice.
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