As camera sensors get bigger and bigger with more and more megapixels, many photographers abandon the key aspects of photography – exposure and composition – in favour of doing it all on the computer later.
I had hair before images went truly digital. I’ve torn it all out now! I simply don’t understand this lazy approach to photography. For me, and after 30 plus years of making pictures, I still get a thrill when I capture a strong composition full-frame in camera, and the less I crop the higher the image quality.
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