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Miercuri, 09/07/2008 - 07:25
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If an image lacks the right fundamentals of composition, light, form and color, don't even bother to press the shutter. That's why large format images have a larger percentage of "keepers:" we don't bother completing the lengthy large-format photographic process if we know the result is going to suck. With digital, people snap away with reckless disregard for the basics, which never can be replaced in Photoshop. Great photos have to happen in-camera; Photoshop merely fine-tunes. Ken Rockwell

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