– Four Formats for Photography
– Four Formats
Photography formats refer to the size and shape of the image sensor or film used to capture an image.
Full Frame Digital
Full-frame format in photography refers to an image sensor that is the same size as a 35mm film negative. This format is popular among professionals and is known for producing high-quality images with excellent detail and dynamic range.
Medium Format Negative & Transparency Film
Medium Format Digital
Medium format in photography refers to a larger format than full-frame and is often used for commercial and fine art photography. This format provides incredibly high resolution and excellent image quality, but comes with a higher price tag and is generally less portable than smaller formats.
Large Format Negative & Transparency Film