On the 6th day, we found ourselves in the beautiful city of Antigua with an extra day to spare and nothing to shoot — a perfect opportunity to capture some stills and put my 42 megapixels to the test.
With that in mind, I opted to bring the longest lens I had with me: Sony’s massive 28-135mm f/4. Though not as long as I would have hoped for, I figured that this would be the perfect opportunity to leverage the 42 megapixels that the camera had to offer and to visualize up-close the suffering the locals were going through just to survive.
I never planned on making a review out of these images. The thought only occurred to me after I sat down in the safety of my home browsing the shots, staring at 42 megapixels of garbage (literally).
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