NEX-F3 frustration--is this related to ISO 200?

Started Dec 4, 2012 | Questions thread
RGBaker Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: NEX-F3 frustration--is this related to ISO 200?
Each picture has its own needs of course...but why use words when you can look at pictures to see perfection, which is not a barrier but a motivator to achieve success: ( Words are meaningless with such beauty... we know know how many words just one picture is worth

You misunderstand me -- there is nothing wrong with the pursuit of perfection.  The problem is, your idea of perfection and mine may -- almost certainly do -- differ.  That is the nature of art -- there is no universal perfection, and that which you find pleasing and 'perfect' must be described, or shown.  To say what you want is a 'perfect' picture doesn't tell us anything.  If you want a picture that is perfect in your eye, you're going to need to identify what constitute perfection for you.
You've linked to some photos you like, and I think I see what you like in them.  More important, I think I see what you like in a photo, and I'm confident the NEX can deliver.  I also think you like photos that have had a fair bit of post-processing, and I find no fault with that, I just observe that some time manipulating raw images with the proper tools may help you get the results you want.

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