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    One of my gigs is to shoot high school and college Ice Hockey games for parents. I know its not art but one does have to eat......anyway the only way to do it that makes sense is with my D90. Its my only digital but its the right tool for that type of work.

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    I had a look at the book today and I thought it was terrible.

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    Thanks for the input, ray*j*gun. Your point is very valid, as I do think that for sports, one would need to use a digital camera no matter what. It'd be too impractical otherwise. Of course, the baseball shots taken by David Burnett is pure poetry

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    I had a look at the book today and I thought it was terrible.
    Really? Well..just goes to show you can't please everyone

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    Maybe she's holding a grudge against negatives!Didn't the mortgage company sell hers?

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    could not care less or more...

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    Salgado is shooting his latest project with digital cameras. But so what. Some like film, and that is no crime. Can't we separate photography from the process and enjoy what others do?

    Photographers are funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan W View Post
    Maybe she's holding a grudge against negatives!Didn't the mortgage company sell hers?
    The last time I read anything about her (NY Times?) it said there were loans secured with the copyrights to her catalog. Ouch. She spent lavishly. I think she's still reeling from the death of her partner. Her work has always been solid, fun and recognizably hers, but so much of it is just celebrities. I like a lot of it but I don't think Time will treat her work well. However, I don't live in New York so...

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    To bad because Anne used quite a bit of film a year I think, as all pro does!
    I like her work, in my opinion she does quit special portraits of famous people!
    Now she can save the lab and film cost's which was quite a bit a year.

    Cheers Armin
    Good light and nice shadows!

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    I like Annie's work, though I am not aware if the portion of digital alteration when using film is also done by her. If somebody else working in front of monitor then switching to digital will give her more leisure time

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