good / crapola resolution - light

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Carol, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. Carol

    Carol Guest

    Hey could this be true ( I just thought of it):

    My digital cameras really suck indoors because of poor lighting ( I don't
    want to use a flash).

    I always shoot on Max resolution, because hey, what did I get a camera for,
    if not to take pictures.

    But then one day i left my SD card at home, and had no choice but to switch
    to "crapola" resolution in order to keep taking a bunch of pictures.

    But lo and behold, a lot of the crapola pictures came out with better
    lighting than I expected.

    Could there be some relationship between lighting and crapola resolution?

    Thanks for reading.
    Carol, Jul 22, 2004
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