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Old Oct 11, 2014, 10:32 PM   #21
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....don't we all at times. I often click away then a few later realize I had done nothing a KODAK Brownie wouldn't have done and perhaps technically better.
I hope to someday reach the point where I can walk into a scene and inherently assess the light, composition and best settings without thinking about it. Until then it's shoot lots of images and pick the best.

Thanks everyone for the comments. And critiques for improvement (such as Drew's) are appreciated.
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I hope to someday reach the point where I can walk into a scene and inherently assess the light, composition and best settings without thinking about it. Until then it's shoot lots of images and pick the best.
Amen!
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