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Old 03-28-2013, 12:52 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Ron Flanary View Post
Stated differently---I expect a current day digital shot to be nothing less than exceptional in quality. With the technology shooters hold in their hands these days, there's really no excuse for a bad shot (although I still manage to do it on a frequent basis!).
What do you mean by a "bad shot"? Poor image quality? If so, yeah, digital shooters have little to no excuse.

I agree to some extent that film shots should have a little flexibility when it comes to image quality. There should be some standard though when it comes to scanning. Nothing worse than seeing spots and hairs and random debris on a film scan. It's pretty easy to clean that stuff up in photoshop. Yes, I know not everyone has access to photoshop, but most people know someone who does.

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