The concept of getting it right in camera carries different levels of importance for different photographers. I’m not an advocate of taking an image straight out of camera and calling it a day. On the other hand, I’m also not a fan of treating post-processing like it’s a magic wand that can fix even the most abysmally captured image.
I think any shot you intend for public consumption should undergo some post-production work. And if you’re like me, you want to minimize the amount of time you have to put in in Lightroom or whatever your preferred editing application is.
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How can you achieve this? By getting it right in camera.
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