Copyright 2008-2013 David j Dilworth
(This is a sample "taste" of the article. The whole article is in draft and in process of submission for commercial publication. I'll let you know right here when it is available.)
In 1976 a photography expert and dear friend dismissed as preposterous my prediction that cameras would or even should have automatic focus. Here we are some 30 years later and you have to look hard to find a camera without automatic focus.
True enough, autofocus still isn’t perfected (don’t ask me about that infuriating Nikon 8800) but current technology allows capturing wildlife, and sports images that were previously lost to amateurs – and even to professionals.
So what’s wrong with current camera technology that can be improved? What will the future of photography look like?
New Colors !
We’ll get two "new" colors which current cameras, monitors and printers don't recognize or show us - but that we can see with our eyes. Photos will be dramatically sharper; blur and focus problems will be dramatically reduced. Images will show detail in dark shadows and sunspots in the same shot.
Bad Shots Facing Extinction
Photos will be harder to ruin because ...
(This is a sample "taste" of the article. The whole article is in process of submission for commercial publication. I'll let you know right here when it is available.)