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Old January 29th, 2007, 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Prin View Post

Don't forget that with digital, you can shoot the pic as is, and then move the settings and shoot again and again. Later on, you look at them and decide which technique you like best. The good thing about digital is it saves everything about how you shot the pic so you can recreate it.
Cant agree more.. and the d80 gives you almost TOO much information. You can keep shooting and shooting and switch things up as much as you care to and get immediate results, rather than waiting for the film to be developed to see if you 'got it'. Which is part of the fun of film of course, but try stuff out...if you dont like it, that little trash can button is right there

The d80 lets a like me take good shots.. youll have a blast with it!
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