Remeber, Sharpness is not everything !

Started Feb 20, 2014 | Discussions thread
Cigarguy Regular Member • Posts: 448
Re: Sharpness is not everything! But it sure doesn't hurt.

Russell Evans wrote:

Cigarguy wrote:

Therefore I learned to stop down between F5.6-F11 and to shoot with a tripod. As I grew older and was able to afford better lenses and better equipment this habit carried over.

Unfortunately a tripod is not welcomed in a lot of places. Then there is that most of what I want to capture are life events where setting up and taking down a tripod is simply not possible due to time constraints, or simply not done in order to not to be an inconvenience to the people I am with. It's not habit or lack of habit, it is that I'm not going out to shoot alone the majority of the time I'm shooting.

-Thank you

Sure I see your point but a super sharp lens will not take away from any of that.  As for me, 90% of my shooting is landscape and I've found over the years that mountains and glaciers don't move that fast.  Shooting people would be very different of course.  Some days, I'd rather not use a camera for shooting people.

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