Where from here: Fuji versus the rest

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OP deednets Veteran Member • Posts: 9,439
Re: Where from here: Fuji versus the rest

dual12 wrote:

For me, a portrait is a photo of someone who has agreed to the photograph. That gives me plenty of time to compose, focus, shoot, check focus, and reshoot if necessary.

So the answer to your question is: I wouldn't be shooting a portrait of that man unless he had agreed to it. If it's a street photograph, then he's just one element, and I wouldn't care whether his eyes were in perfect focus or not.

That was an example, which you took literally. My question was regarding your technique, not whether you would take the shot at all.

When I do Studio shoots I don't have problems either, but that's like saying you don't have problems with sports as long as the players don't move.

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