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chrisheathcote
chrisheathcote e2 Member 7239 forum postschrisheathcote vcard United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 - 5:48 PM

Thanks everybody, to summarise in my own mind, having it in auto doesnt make a great deal of difference but its down to personal preference. I use it in auto at the moment and tend to find that barring a slight tweak to the right occasionally in Lightroom the images are pretty much ok (well as far as my eyes are concerned).

Chris

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I would say that most things should be right at the time, yes you can set it afterwards but post processing takes time and the less time you spend on the pc the more you can be out shooting. Post processing is better for being creative not putting errors right.

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18 Nov 2010 - 7:22 PM


Quote: I would say that most things should be right at the time, yes you can set it afterwards but post processing takes time and the less time you spend on the pc the more you can be out shooting. Post processing is better for being creative not putting errors right.

Very, very true.

That's going to be my New Year Resolution - More time out with the camera and less stuck in front of the PC.

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