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| p.1 #4 · Some thoughts / questions for studio photographers |
Yes what you want would be helpful but isn't likely to happen.
Part of being a "professional" meant, at least before the days of digital and auto-everything, was having the ability to anticipate the final result based on what was seen by eye, or in the case of exposure color balance "by the numbers". One didn't stay in business long without that skill back in the day when you shot Kodachrome, shipped the film to Kodak, and got it back in the mail two weeks later.
So while it would be nice to have an "auto" button for every photographic situation, there's still no substitute for experience in situations like that. Besides, it costs nothing to take a test shot and view the actual results. Back in the good old days we called that shooting a Polaroid