What hope is there for the modern professional photographer...

Started May 22, 2011 | Discussions thread
Earthlight Veteran Member • Posts: 3,209
Re: What hope is there for the modern professional photographer...

You wrote:

PenguinPhotoCo wrote:

My advantage is I'm new to the biz, relative to the 'film generation' - I'm comfortable

shooting natural light on location, going all 'strobist' and the like, ISO1600 is fine with > me as is 2.8 or even 1.2 apertures. The old guard is used to sitting in their studio and > watching the customers come in and pay what's asked.

The seasoned pros that I know have zero problems with "2.8 or even 1.2 apertures" and the rest of the stuff you mention. Why on earth would they not use ISO1600 if the situation calls for it? They are hardly that stupid. Really.

Earthlight

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