The Two Triangles of Photography...

Started Jun 3, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Exposure and processing
In reply to amalric, Jun 3, 2012

I do not want to spend all of my time in the field making small adjustments for every single shot because I've limited my future options particularly in regard to B&W vs color.

Would you have told your students 20 years ago to only shoot polaroids and said doing work in the darkroom is useless?

If I were an enthusiast and my instructor told me they didn't believe in shooting RAW, I would run away from the class unless the sole purpose of the class was learning composition or something wholly unrelated to using my camera.

If you can't take opposing views don't post a question.

amalric wrote:

Processing is way overhyped, and anyway I should probably help people in the field, so the right settings have their relevance.

When chimping, and especially more so in mirrorless when you can design an image even before the shot.

Post Processing in this respect belongs to the past. Now one can have Before Processing.

If this is of no interest to you, just skip it. Let's keep the 3d positive.

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