oh ya, you love plane.
(1) different film have different characteristics, and that when you use velvia over provia, neopan over tri-x, you are essentially choosing a "picture style" in some sense?
(2) the greatest film photographers spent quite a bit of time in the darkroom working on how to present their vision to their viewers?
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Canon EOS 550D|BG-E8|Tamron 17-50 f2.8|18-55mm IS|55-250mm IS|
Btw, would everyone here agree that having kit lens is not up to standard? Was at John 3:16 and they advised me AGAINST upgrading my kit lens to 18-135mm as it degrades picture quality. So what does that show?
Canon EOS 500D | Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 non vc
and the Kop sings, "You'll never walk alone"
arikyeo, the sooner you spend less time looking at "image quality", the sooner you start composing your pictures, the sooner you will produce pictures you can be proud of, instead of having gear that you can be proud of.
i have seen some people with top end gear producing pictures that my ah ma can do with a pns. on antibiotics, with flu and headache, at that.