this is inaccurate. If you put in thought for your composition & metering whilst taking a digital pix, you won't have to spend as much time post processing that picture. No offence but if its a bad shot - PS can't help you much there either.Originally posted by dextorian
3. I don't need to care about composition, metering etc etc. In a nutshell, digital spoilt you as a photographer. You can just take and take and then go back, recompose edit etc etc ... and wackoo!!! you have an award winning picture. This is not photography... you have become more like an editor.
I am not a total fan of digital but I think one can adopt the same kind of attitude when shooting on a digital cam as well.Originally posted by dextorian
[B]I still think that film makes you think before you shoot (which is good right, otherwise you will be shooting blindly). [B]