Would you call this pixel peeping:

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In reply to Mike CH, 7 months ago

Mike CH wrote:

Basalite wrote:

Mike CH wrote:

And that is perfectly fine. I approach many of my images in the same way. I just have an issue with Basalite claiming it is the only way... that's all.

What it boils down to is that you don't care about maximizing the technical quality of your images. That's your right but don't fool yourself into thinking your images are technically as good as those who do care.

What it really boils down to is that it is silly of me to argue with a automaton.

What does such a statement have to do with anything I have posted?

Let this be the last post from me in this thread on this topic with you.

OK, but there's no reasonable reason for such a dismissal.

Oh, and you really should go easy on that projecting of yours. I nowhere claim technical excellence, and neither do I claim to strive for it. I am quite satisfied with good enough for my purposes. I do not need, neither do I care for, your definition of proper photography.

And that's your right, but as I said before the best photography has always been about artistic *and* technical excellence.

And if you are not projection, then you are setting up a strawman argument...

No strawman at all. I am going by your own words and facts that pertain to what photography is all about.

Regards, Mike

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