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Danbie Registered since 31st May 2009Thu 27-Dec-12 07:42 PM
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Hi Jon,

I think we are "violent" agreement. One of us is looking at the glass half full and the other says the glass is half empty ...

If the pixel density is not sufficient such that you would not detect the motion blur, and motion blur is a significant fraction of the cropped frame, then you can not make a good (large) print anyway because you don't have enough resolution. And in that case, you should optimize for a smaller print. Go ahead and shoot at 1/500s if you want to and realize that you are using the equipment you have to get the best photo you can get. If your equipment is not limited by the number of pixels available in the framed shot, however, then shoot with a higher shutter speed when you can so you get all the info that is available (note that this is affected by pixel density of your camera). So I think we are really saying the same thing ... just looking at from two different directions.

Cheers

Dan

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