Just to remind all who rules the lens market. It's Canon. For 20 consecutive years,…
Here Are 12 Common Photography Myths, Debunked
Tony & Chelsea Northrup try to debunk 12 common photography myths in the 30 minutes video below.
The discussed photography myths are:
- Should you fully discharge your battery to avoid a memory effect?
- Will deleting pictures in-camera corrupt your SD card?
- Do UV filters really improve image quality?
- Do higher megapixels really equal more noise?
- Do medium format cameras really have better “compression”?
- Is raw processing really better on your PC than in your camera?
- Can you edit JPGs?
- Do you really need to turn off image stabilization on a tripod?
- Are lenses really sharpest at the f/8 “sweet spot”?
- Is manual focus more accurate?
- Does Canon really have the best color science?
- Are memory card failures caused by bad brands or user error?
Canon having the best color science isn’t a myth, btw :-)