Some thoughts on Post Processing...

Started Jun 19, 2010 | Discussions thread
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Mark Ehlers
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In reply to Kristian Dowling, Jun 21, 2010

Kristian Dowling wrote:

I agree Mark and can relate to what you're saying except that being a full time photographer and film don't work together anymore....although I wish it did.

I fully agree with you. I think it is extremely rare these days for a full time professional to be using film, and then the list must get even slimmer when considering the use of a MF camera such as the M.

I miss shooting film with my old M6 and MP. Things were simpler, and yes it was more about the process of shooting and the experience gained, than processing the end result.

For me personally, it's always been about the experience while shooting, and the result has always been about work.

If you're not enjoying the process of shooting, your work will show it. No matter how good you are at post processing.

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