It takes years to build confidence and trust. It takes seconds to tear it down.
Adobe, you used those seconds well!
40daystogo: Apparently Adobe may be relenting.
Seems like Adobe is thinking hard to find a solution without admitting their big mistake. It can be hard to admit a mistake, but sometimes you just have to admit it. This is one of them.
In the article it says: "the photographer using the camera with the ground glass viewing system will take a better-composed picture than the picture taken by the photographer using the reflex camera. And the reason the picture composed on the ground glass is better is because it was composed upside-down and backwards."
New cameras with electronic viewer and cameras withlive view should have an option to show the composition upside-down and backwards then. Then the quality of our images should automatically improve.
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