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| p.6 #13 · D800 dynamic range (at a wedding!) |
So, without reading the whole thread (I just went through the first page)...
Things (finally) go into the direction where the photographer is more important than the camera for customer. 5-10 years ago, good equipment was a primary condition to getting decent results. Back then, it was DSLRs vs old film cameras and point&shoots. Amateurs could not get anything near a decent photo (strictly technically speaking) when conditions were poor. Customers wanted nice looking images that were sharp, with good color, without too much noise, etc. These days, with this technology, anybody can get a technically decent image, even if the original exposure was not ok.
I am really hoping that we will get to the point where catching the right moment, with the right composition and framing will mater the most. Where vision will be more important than the technical capabilities of the equipment to produce a nice, sharp and noise-free image.