Mr. Slide would win hands down Lloyd. B - a 100 ISO slide or print image contains approximately 44 megabytes of data ( pixels ) - the top of the line pro DSLR's take a 24 meg .RAW image that only contains about 22 megapixels of data . Once film is scanned , it's digital and any can be manipulated with the same software as an image from a digital camera - 16" X 24" , and 20" X 30" enlargements from film or film scans kick butt over digital camera capture enlarged to the same size ( assuming the film was properly exposed , developed , and in focus ) - it all depends on the end use of the image !
Waldo/ thankyou for the info on the pixels,and slide film,that explains why the old slide shots i scanned came out so clear.
Also explain's why my Great Grandfather's ''plate glass'' B/W photos have so much detail contained,even after 100 odd year's.
you have inspired me to load a slide film into the old Cannon T70 and go take a few shot's.
If you get time can you have a look at my G Granfathers B/W photos on my gallery, and tell me if you think they would turn out well if i got them enlarged.
Gotta be honest Lloyd. B - bringing old photos into the digital era is a quandry without a negative or quality image to scan - lots of time and $$ involved unless you do it yourself - my recommendations would be capturing all of the old images with whatever camera / scanner you have and learn some software !
Impresionante!! like 31 + + favorite 20
Greatly appreciated galloelprimo - this is my favorite place in the world ( except for my house and garden ) !
Gradisco particolarmente questa inquadratura! YSL. Interessante e varia la tua galleria. Sei nei miei fotografi preferiti. Saluti, Serghiei1
Greatly appreciated serghiei1 - thank you for the kind comments and the visit !
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