These pictures have all been reduced to half size. The smaller of the two pictures was taken with an Epson PhotoPC 500, the larger was taken with a Kodak DC40.

All of these pictures were taken at dusk with flash. The two shots were taken within seconds of each other. No retouching has been done to any of the images.

The Epson camera seems to be much more accurate in representing the true color of the subject - the Kodak shows far too much red in the pink/purple flowers. However, the Kodak seems to pick out much more subtle variations in color - look at the mulch around the birdbath and the birdseed, for instance. Both cameras seem pretty much the same in terms of image sharpness.


Kevin Hildebrand kevin@umd.edu
Last modified: Monday, 03-Jan-2000 21:20:46 EST