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Old Apr 1, 2014, 4:39 PM   #21
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I recall times when cropping an image I could have used the extra room to better place a subject.
Me TOO! I have a tendacy to frame rather tightly for what I like to photograph and if I don't pay attention to the camera level indicator when it is important to the image then I often wish to have more latitude for straightening; some files I must trash for the very reason there is no room for straightening/cropping.

DXO could save me some files .... $300 worth I wonder, since I sell none.
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Since I switched to the finder style where the digital level is shown on the half-press it's been amazing to me how few images I have captured that required cropping in processing. Prior to that, even with the grid lines enabled, I was all over the place with out of balance images. I don't know if it's the way I'm looking in the finder or the image floating around due to the IS system but I would just shake my head sometimes at how off-balance some images looked.
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Having the extra pixels can be handy. I recall times when cropping an image I could have used the extra room to better place a subject.
Oh for the love of headroom... I'm doing a series of ads and the photog has shot brilliant images, except there is no headroom. Tons of space everywhere else.
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