A new higher resolution camera arrived earlier this month and in a few small ways I am already shooting better photos than I was before. I will be graduating to settings other than full auto soon though, and that is when we can expect things to really fall apart.
For now, the camera's increased resolution helps show more detail, even with the limitations of the jpeg file format. In the photograph, the texture of weaver Tessitura Monti's textured voile, its relatively opaque voile replacement for hot weather, is obvious (click to enlarge the photo and look in particular at the bit of single ply sleeve rather than the turned back cuff).
All that texture means air passes through the fabric better than it does with a conventional cotton, so the shirt wears cooler.
That was the point of cotton voile, textured voile's airy predecessor. The challenge with cotton voile unfortunately is its transparency. It is stuff Isadora Duncan might have danced in, but few of us want to display our own chests quite so publicly.
Problem solved, in light blue, white, ivory, pink and lilac solids. I am really quite impressed.