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    Pehaps it can be beneficial to examine nutrition facts about our eating habits including food preference.

    People hates certain type of food and there is this saying that a meat eater is carnivore while a fish eater is often an intellectual. How true it is regarding eating fish for a smarter brain and sharper photographic eye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    Pehaps it can be beneficial to examine nutrition facts about our eating habits including food preference.

    People hates certain type of food and there is this saying that a meat eater is carnivore while a fish eater is often an intellectual. How true it is regarding eating fish for a smarter brain and sharper photographic eye?
    How about a preference for eating snakes?

    Eating fish only makes you a good swimmer. For photography I think digesting a CMOS sensor would be the go for sharper images.

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    I think u're talking abt the physical sense here.

    The simple physical ability to see clearer doesn't constitute a better perception of depth, subject & composition in a photo.

    A good photo transcends physical limitations of the seeing human eye which every photographer ought to aim for as their acme instead of spending all day thinking on how to improve the physical without improving the mental & spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    Pehaps it can be beneficial to examine nutrition facts about our eating habits including food preference.

    People hates certain type of food and there is this saying that a meat eater is carnivore while a fish eater is often an intellectual. How true it is regarding eating fish for a smarter brain and sharper photographic eye?
    meat only eater = carnivore mah, unless my english teacher mistake it for another word...

    hmm, i eat more fish than meat, than vegetables...

    dunno about the sharper eye part, but thought carrots are better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    How about a preference for eating snakes?

    Eating fish only makes you a good swimmer. For photography I think digesting a CMOS sensor would be the go for sharper images.
    i think if eat some glass will give you a better aperture... faster eyes... then eat down a IR emitter allows you to see in the dark...
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    cmos better or ccd better? should I eat with anti-shake? upsize?

    aiyah just give me the set meal lah.
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    meat only eater = carnivore mah, unless my english teacher mistake it for another word...

    hmm, i eat more fish than meat, than vegetables...

    dunno about the sharper eye part, but thought carrots are better?
    Wolfberries or 枸杞子 are good for the eyes as well.

    Brew it with Chrysanteneum Flowers to make Chrysanteneum Tea. *Yum*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    i think if eat some glass will give you a better aperture... faster eyes... then eat down a IR emitter allows you to see in the dark...
    How abt X-Ray machines? Can help see thru clothes oso?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn View Post
    I think u're talking abt the physical sense here.

    The simple physical ability to see clearer doesn't constitute a better perception of depth, subject & composition in a photo.

    A good photo transcends physical limitations of the seeing human eye which every photographer ought to aim for as their acme instead of spending all day thinking on how to improve the physical without improving the mental & spirit.

    Need I say more?
    Which religion you're talking about? Canonism or Nikonism?

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    a person who want to tok better engrish, must eat potato....

    a person who want to take better pictures... eats shoots and leaves?
    Black lens, white Lens, can take picture is a Good lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Which religion you're talking about? Canonism or Nikonism?
    In the religion of Photographism there ain't subdivisions like Canonism, Nikonism, Fujiism, Sonyism, Pentaxism, Hassyism, Mamiyaism and other dizzying myriads .

    Subdivisions serve to divide the single religion & ultimately, the main objective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pai View Post
    a person who want to tok better engrish, must eat potato....

    a person who want to take better pictures... eats shoots and leaves?
    think if wanna do good macros, must eat spiders like ortega... Spiderman!!!
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    i no need to eat lor. all my pictures already jia lat
    Black lens, white Lens, can take picture is a Good lens

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    It is obvious that a person with better brain power can think, learn and compose faster. To live wisely you must supply enough good food for the brain to work.

    You are what you eat - that's the saying and people who live up to the age of 103 and beyond confirm that there is no secret except eating the right type of food.

    Children have been known to be smarter and having better memory by eating oily fish with Omega-3 fatty acid. Doctors also suggested fish oil capsules for both young and old if you want to live a life without heart disease and diabetes. Suppose photographers are just only humans. They need not be totally carnivore for humans are naturally herbivores already.

    Try for a couple of months and you may feel the differences just like I do.

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    Fish diet helps reduce the risk
    for heart disease and diabetes - both
    risk factors for Alzheimer's. For the best
    brain food there is no other answer - it is Fish.

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