13 years between the two cameras, that's the difference. It's a significant amount of time for sensor technology to improve. Back in 2005 noise could be an issue, in 2018 you've got sensors that are ISO invariant.
Sure, they are hasselback potatoes. I used baby potatoes then put them on a wooden spoon and slice with a flat bladed knife, it doesn't cut all the way through so the open up when cooking. From there I just roasted them with a little olive oil, salt and pepper.
The lamb is a Raymond Blanć...
Some recent dishes:
Roast pork leg with hommade sweet bones and butts rub with veg and potato gallette
Roast sirloin of beef
Beef Sirloin (pre-cooking, from our butcher)
Haggis, neeps, and tatties
Pulled pork with heratage carrots
The first has the better composition, and there's a fairly good triangle between the bench, tree and playground which holds the eye well. The bench does provide a nice lead in too, though the bin sticks out a bit.
Compositionally the second has some major issues: the lack of anything in the...
@paigew Wow, excellent shots there!
Love the personality your portraits show, but as I love landscape photography myself I'm stunned by that first landscape....that's pretty much the perfect shot in my eyes. Some seriously good shooting!
I'd ask when in your development did you decide to go...
Yeah, the new M1 arcitecture looks excellent, glad you are reaping the rewards!
With the processing power they have, it may well shake up the industry though I'm more of a PC fan. I'm looking at the Intel Nucs to hopefully do similar things but in a more customisable package.
We might even see...
So, I was just speding some time browsing some big whites lenses considering what my next purchace would eventually be when I suddenly realised that Canon have stopped development on their DSLRs, are wholesale moving to mirrorless, and that the EF lens mount's days are numbered. I've not yet met...