The AP readers' poll

Current Poll

What's most important to you in a camera's image quality?

Poll

  • Image noise (73 vote, 23%)
  • Resolution (103 vote, 32%)
  • Dynamic Range (79 vote, 25%)
  • Colour reproduction (44 vote, 14%)
  • Metering (19 vote, 6%)

Previous Polls

How regularly do you back-up your images?

Thursday, 3 April 2014

  • Daily (119 vote, 22%)
  • Weekly (131 vote, 24%)
  • Monthly (186 vote, 34%)
  • Yearly (41 vote, 8%)
  • Never (64 vote, 12%)

Do you think AP should publish artistic nude and erotic photography?

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

  • Yes, we're adults, and it's a valid artform with a distinguished history (580 vote, 57%)
  • Mild erotic photography is fine, but no nudity. (70 vote, 7%)
  • No, it has its place, but not in AP (255 vote, 25%)
  • No, this kind of photography is offensive and exploitative (65 vote, 6%)
  • None of the above (42 vote, 4%)

Which decade do you think produced the best looking SLR camera?

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

  • 1950s and earlier (38 vote, 5%)
  • 1960s (116 vote, 15%)
  • 1970s (317 vote, 41%)
  • 1980s (132 vote, 17%)
  • 1990s (27 vote, 4%)
  • 2000s and current (138 vote, 18%)

As a photographer what would you miss most about the web if it were to disappear?

Monday, 17 March 2014

  • Sharing your photos with friends, family and other photographers (109 vote, 19%)
  • Enjoying the photos of others (89 vote, 16%)
  • Learning new techniques (81 vote, 14%)
  • Reading about the latest gear (118 vote, 21%)
  • Chatting in forums and on social media (21 vote, 4%)
  • None of the above (154 vote, 27%)

Which of these options would most impress Fox Talbot?

Friday, 7 March 2014

  • Wi-Fi connectivity (37 vote, 9%)
  • Camera phones (109 vote, 28%)
  • Inkjet printers (119 vote, 30%)
  • Autofocus (129 vote, 33%)

Do you ever shoot extended photo essays on a single topic?

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

  • Yes, most of my photography is documentary in nature (61 vote, 11%)
  • Occasionally (204 vote, 36%)
  • No, most of my images are standalone images, rather than being an integral part of a set (230 vote, 40%)
  • None of the above (74 vote, 13%)

If you had to pick the Amateur Photographer Product of the Year, which would you choose?

Thursday, 20 February 2014

  • Nikon D5300 (96 vote, 11%)
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 (128 vote, 15%)
  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 (81 vote, 9%)
  • Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM (78 vote, 9%)
  • Sony Alpha 7R (208 vote, 24%)
  • None of the above (285 vote, 33%)

How do you feel about deliberately reducing the technical quality of images for artistic reasons?

Thursday, 13 February 2014

  • I do it all the time (42 vote, 6%)
  • It can work sometimes with the right image (392 vote, 60%)
  • Sacrilege. I always strive for technical perfection (126 vote, 19%)
  • None of the above (90 vote, 14%)

Would you swap your current camera for a 36-million-pixel version if you could do so at no cost?

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

  • Yes, I would want the highest resolution possible (249 vote, 29%)
  • No, I don't need the resolution, and the files would be too big (377 vote, 45%)
  • Maybe. I'd need to look at the cost of upgrading my computer set-up too (118 vote, 14%)
  • None of the above (101 vote, 12%)

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