Sat 22-Jun-13 01:14 AM | edited Sat 22-Jun-13 01:14 AM by Jimmy Bemis
>>What is "downsampling"? > >To re-iterate an earlier comment, "silicon is >cheap." Shoot at full resolution, and downsample later if >you must. You can always down-sample more pixels into fewer >pixels later. You can't go the other way around, because the >information is already gone if you downsample in-camera. > >Cheers.
You're right, of course. I'm afraid that I'm a bit of a packrat with my photos, though. Maybe a higher-res camera would help to break me of that habit