16th January 2004, 12:24 AM
interesting point (but don't forget you can always scan in your 'analogue' photographs,too! albeit..more time consuming and tedious) i wish when i started out in photography, i had tools like affordable digi-cams to help me back then...if i add up all the costs savings, perhaps i can afford another camera body liaoz!
Originally Posted by prayerboy
but don't forget the point that, 'editing and making not so nice pics to quality pics' is not strictly photography liao...it's digital artistry/manipulation. some purists might call it 'cheating' ... but i won't go as far as that. (afterall, we have the aesthic right to do anything, by all means, to achieve our artistic vision.)
however, do strive to get the best possible shot in-camera, rather than 'fix-in-post-production' (something that's often heard in the industry, lol)
all the best ya?
16th January 2004, 01:44 AM
hope u also have the time to shoot subjects that you won't normally photograph... it may surprise you by broadening ur photographic vision!