This photo was taken at the southern tip of Hong Kong at a sea side village call Shek O, its a popular spot for budding photographers to visit, it has a very laid back atmosphere, good food and friendly locals. The area is full of picturesque locales and the villagers of late have been painting their houses in bright primary colors. The photo is of a freshly painted green fence. It was taken with a medium format digital back that have a dynamic range of 12 stops and capture color with 16 bits per RGB channel, which translates to 16 thousand colors per channel compared to 4096 colors per channel of a professional Nikon body producing a 12 bit per channel NEF file. On top of that the sensor of this professional digital back is 33 mega-pixels and resolves much more detail than its current DSLR counterparts. What this means for this photos is a lusher greener fence with more color detail than possible with a DSLR. All this power doesn’t mean a thing if you don’t use it wisely and produce good compositions! In the hands of a child it’s still a toy!