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    Default Re: How to prevent vignetting or diffraction problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Because some people believe that perfect edge to edge exposure and sharpness are what make a picture "good". This pixel-peeping mentality is common here in SG.

    Sadly, the artistic part of photography gets ignored too often.
    Yeah.. then we get all these super-sharp-edge-to-edge junk pictures floating around the web

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    Default Re: How to prevent vignetting or diffraction problem

    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    Yeah.. then we get all these super-sharp-edge-to-edge junk pictures floating around the web
    Actually some people find satisfaction by looking only at how sharp their pictures are

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Actually some people find satisfaction by looking only at how sharp their pictures are
    and sometimes, its the other way around.. people cant justify their high end DSLR purchase if they shoot and end up getting not-so-sharp pictures...

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    i guess its all perception. or depending on the picture la, everyone have different view

    I have deliberately shot slightly OOF images and got praise out of it.
    I find slightly OOF images, with dark vignetting, slightly off colors somewhat sexy and erotic.

    but i have also shot images that i want tact sharp. in that case, post processing and specific edge sharpening is your best friend.

    i also have images that are OVER sharpened for the halo-ish look.

    So... i guess, im not the pixel peeping sort. as long as the image looks good, emits a good vibe, its good enough..

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    Default Re: How to prevent vignetting or diffraction problem

    Quote Originally Posted by naynoy View Post
    and sometimes, its the other way around.. people cant justify their high end DSLR purchase if they shoot and end up getting not-so-sharp pictures...
    So it's always better to buy a cheapo camera

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    Default Re: How to prevent vignetting or diffraction problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    So it's always better to buy a cheapo camera
    toy cameras FTW... lomo!

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