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Old 01-22-2012, 06:06 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by Ron Flanary View Post
particularly when you know that "fixing" it means compromising your integrity as a photographer.
Horses---! It's not whoring yourself, or lowering your standards, or compromising your integrity! It's fixing a technical issue generated by the lens. Therefore, not part of the scene as captured!

If it's wrong to correct a flaw generated outside of my artistic vision, then I'll be wrong till death. I just hope I don't end up in a hot shower crying in the fetal position over it...

Heck, maybe Andrew's vision was to make the shot all distorted. If that's indeed the case then fight to the death for it I suppose.. lol

Everyone's an expert with this stuff anyway!

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