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Quote: About ten weeks, can just about get the elbow level with the shoulder now Smile

It is real hard to imagine a professional using amateur instrument - unless left with nothing else

A couple of years ago I had a picture on the front page of a paper taken with vintage trip, does it matter what you you use if its getting you results.


Get well soon Paul.

I agree, it's the picture that counts at the end of the day, not the equipment.

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Paul Morgan
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19 Jan 2013 - 6:06 AM


KNS  5106 forum posts United Kingdom2 Constructive Critique Points
19 Jan 2013 - 4:57 PM

Naturally everything said above is true - however, it is the availability, and quality of light that makes the image, in concert with the photogs imagination and so on.....

An entry level camera is unlikely to be able to deal with less than ideal light than could a more expensive/newer/higher spec machine.

Of course with the huge rate of technological development that is evident in the world of photography and/or computer systems, what was a pro grade camera 5-6 years ago may just match the capabilities (build quality excepted perhaps) of what is now regarded as a mid-range performer..... Or, in some cases an entry level machine.....

I agree, it's not what you got, but what you do with it - but only to a point Smile

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