Shooting wedding with primes only

Started Aug 7, 2011 | Discussions thread
Gato Amarillo Veteran Member • Posts: 5,309
Re: Thanks for the replies

Michael Thomas Mitchell wrote:
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What would you do if suddenly had nearly all of your limitations removed? You'd probably do as I did and stretch into completely new areas. That's what I did, along with others. And that's why quality photographers today are producing such DIFFERENT work than they did back when they shot medium format on 160 Vericolor with just a few primes.

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Very good point. IMO the most important technological advances in photography are those that free up creativity -- from dry plates to roll film, to 35mm and now digital. Hope I live long enough to see where it takes us next -- and have enough creativity left in me to do something with it.

BTW, I still have a Canon 100/2.8 FD somewhere in the back room. It was a sweet lens.

Gato

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