To ETTR or not to ETTR...?

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Re: To ETTR or not to ETTR...?

jimkahnw wrote:

The one takeaway from this thread should be the need for constant practice. Learn what equipment you need and how to work it in relation to the situation you want to depict; learn what post-capture processing is required to realize your vision. It takes a while. Henri-Cariter Bresson said your first 10,000 exposures would be your worst--but that was in the days of film, before motor drives and one-hour processing; adjust upward for digital.

In photography

experience is the best teacher.

I couldn't agree more.  Thank you for your words and insight.

I's been the last few years that I personally become more serious about learning how to USE a digital camera as apposed to back in the day...film camera.

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