Here Here! Well spoken!(typed?)
Originally Posted by jdef
Some of my negs are about as close to perfect as I've ever come, others are pretty (ok, really) crappy. I'd like to think I've gotten better over time, but I prove myself wrong on occasion. My printing is also improving, but I'm not stirving for "one shot one neg one print". It would be great if I could, think of the money and time saved. But then I think I might get a bit bored and move on to something else with more challenge. I rarely shoot back ups (bracketing? whats that? :o ) Usually I move a bit or reframe if I'm going to shot the same thing again.
Like Aggie said,"The more you do something the more profecient you become. If the materials do not change, you have no need to adapt. Your preffered comfort zone is not breached. Personally I get bored if it is the same old every single time. Not that i don't become familar with certain products. I just think there is more than just one film or one developer. The mistakes I make are learning opportunities".
I couldn't agree more.Thanks Aggie! (and you too jdef...)
Last edited by rogueish; 10-07-2004 at 06:01 AM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: opps I seem to say that alot.