Which do you think is better, shooting an image with a full frame camera and then cropping it, OR shooting the image with a dedicated crop camera in the first place?

 

What do you think is better? Shooting an image with a full frame camera and then cropping it later, OR just shooting the image with a dedicated DX or APS-C (crop camera) in the first place? In this video, we join Photographer Steve Perry from Backcountry Gallery as he investigates which method wins this showdown. Will the full frame camera always give better results? Or is the crop camera the way to go? Let’s find out!

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Using A Crop Camera vs. Cropping Full Frame

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