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Old Dec 18, 2008, 6:09 PM   #11
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John, I absolutely agree with everything you typed, and did not mean to infer that you can just shoot anything, and clean it up later with the same results. I guess what I was trying to show him was that while it is always better to shoot the shot right the first time, at least he could have an oppurtunity to make it look a little better with some post processing, in a worst case scenario. BUT I absolutely agree that picking up some tips, and shooting it with the best possible settings, and more tightly, is much more appropriate, and will yield better results than what you could do in post process alone.
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