I would rather walk 10miles and take 5 pictures total than take 500 medicore images in one spot.
I travel to the other side of the planet to take my underwater photos. I take about 1 gig of photos on many single dives. I believe in playing with your settings...a lot! Some will work a lot better than others. I'm not going that far to come back with just a few shots.
I'm a firm believer in quality over quantity (sp?)
I'm a believer in try and learn. You don't learn much if you are stingy with the experience. I was stingy with film, but no more with digital.
I shoot both digital and film.
I never even pick up my film camera anymore. I can't even find my favorite films without a HUGE special order hassle.
There shouldn't be a safe or sorry to it, what you see in your viewfinder is exactly what your image will look like.
Not that true. Lots can happen between the viewfinder and the shutter. For me, fish move, things disappear fast. I bracket many of my shots as the water environment makes seeing a viewfinder in a housing hard. Above water, the sun can affect the viewfinder/screen too much also.
I apologize if I sound like a grumpy old person.
Surely you can't be grumpier than I....Just ask around
Ooh but today my d90 finally hit 500 shutter actions.
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