20x16 inch prints with NEX3/kit lens

Bugleone

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My first attempt at decent size prints from the NEX 3,...these are now on display in my local Arts Centre along withthe work of seven oterh local photogrpahers. As a former medium format film photgrapher I am well pleased with the excellent image quality from this little combo.

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Poki

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It's always nice to be able to show your work in an art center. :)

And I still love the picture of your dog! He just looks sooo happy on this one. :D

Edit: Just double checked you shot them with a original NEX-3. I'm happy the sensor in my NEX-5 isn't too outdated.
 

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That's great! It's always nice to have your work displayed, it gives a sense of achievement and a feeling of appreciation to your work and vision. Good on you
 

freddytto

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very good pictures, I'm learning a lot and in my plans to return to my country, Mexico, do many photography and offer them for sale at the municipal museum, and the funds raised to a foundation to promote education.
I talked to my son the other day and he is enthusiastic about this project, we will live in a quaint colonial town .
 

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Nice shots and nice to see two such very different shots.

Poki, the sooner we all get over obsessing about things being outdated the happier we will all be:). Well, most of us - the manufacturers and retailers won't be pleased.

I'm shooting happily with my 4 year old A200 with its even older 10MP CCD sensor (early versions of it go back to the Nikon D200 in 2005). I just got an image from last year framed and hung on the wall this week. Guess what - nobody's noticed it's an 'outdated' sensor; they just like the picture.
 

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