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[OM] Re: Digital vs film resolution

Subject: [OM] Re: Digital vs film resolution
From: "James N. McBride" <jnmcbr@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 18:45:43 -0700
Well, try to learn a new trick your wife will "really" appreciate. /jmac

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From: olympus-owner@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:olympus-owner@xxxxxxxxxx]On
Behalf Of Walt Wayman
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 2:01 PM
To: olympus@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [OM] Re: Digital vs film resolution


Oh, I agree.  I teased my wife about chimping, made her the subject of
derision in a cheap-shot TOPE shot.  And then I, my very own self, suffered
an unexpected conversion and went to the digital dark side.  Now with the
E-1, I find myself chimping after nearly every shot.  I try not to, and
often attempt it surreptitiously, but if the histo-thingy don't look just
right, I tend to shit-can the shot and shoot again.

I don't care what they say about old dogs.  We can learn new tricks.  And
sometimes shamelessly.  :-)

Walt

--
"Anything more than 500 yards from
the car just isn't photogenic." --
Edward Weston

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Winsor Crosby <wincros@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>
> Well. I think chimping sounds rather smug to me. As if a real
> photographer does not need to look at the shot. Probably started by
> film users to show contempt for digital users, before they switched
> too. Lots of good reasons to look at the LCD after the shot. That is
> why it is there, besides the menu bit.
>
>
>
> Winsor
> Long Beach, California, USA
>
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