Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2012/07/16

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Sunday At The Gates Of Hell
From: gerry.walden at (Gerry Walden)
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2012 09:07:58 +0100
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In answer to your question, 90%+ of the time I have made the decision before 
I press the button. That stems back to my days in film in the same way as I 
usually try and crop in camera. Whether it is the same for those who have 
only ever shot digital I don't know but for me the pre-visualisation of an 
image is one of the most important parts of the process.


Gerry Walden
+44 (0)23 8046 3076 or
+44 (0)797 287 7932

On 16 Jul 2012, at 08:52, Herbert Kanner wrote:

> Whenever I see a B&W from a digital source I wonder if the photographer 
> just made a B&W decision or whether a color version and monochrome version 
> were compared with the latter winning.

In reply to: Message from rgacpa at (Robert Adler) ([Leica] IMG: Sunday At The Gates Of Hell)
Message from kanner at (Herbert Kanner) ([Leica] IMG: Sunday At The Gates Of Hell)