Are You Using Software to Fix Errors, or Do You Invest in a More Permanent Solution?

If you pick up a camera, you need to know some things about photography. You need to know how the camera works, and how to acquire the results you have in mind. Are you willing to take the effort to get it right the first time, or do you rely on repairing the errors?Everyone can pick up a camera and make a snapshot. We all have done this during holidays or in our spare time. You don’t need to know a lot about photography to make nice digital memories that can be shared with friends, family, and on social media. When photography becomes more serious, it is best to take more effort in your work.Perhaps you need to spend some money on a new lens, a flashgun, or you need a gimbal for steady film footage. Or do you prefer to work with the equipment you have, even if it isn’t the best choice? After all, if it doesn’t produce the best result, you can always correct the things that aren’t perfect in post-processing.Or perhaps you don’t take enough time on location, to check if the photos you have are exactly the way you want. Is the image sharp at the right spot? Do you have enough depth of field? Is the exposure correct? Have you eliminated ugly shadows when using flash light? Did the flash go off? Or are you sure the errors can be corrected in post-processing? After all, we have Lightroom, Photoshop, and even Luminar to fix our mistakes.Oh no, the flash didn't fire. But I have Lightroom, Photoshop, and Luminar. I can correct the image in post-processing. (in reality this was a photo to determine the background exposure before turning on the flash)

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