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Old 02-01-11, 08:48 AM
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I think you should stick to basics such as light, light quality and how that translates to exposure. Providing your ideas of which camera is best, what exposures YOU use....I fail to see any value in that. The equipment will become a choice based on many compromises which each person behind the camera will make. In this digital age its so easy to experiment and find your "style" often breaking the established rules anyway. It's never the equipment that makes a picture, its the "eye"; what the person sees that matters. I've seen some pics that could make you weep taken with cheap point and shoots and consequently seen some horrible shots taken with full frame DSLR's. All I can possibly say in regards to the best camera is its the one you have with you when you see something photo worthy.
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