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Unread 04-11-2013, 06:58 PM   #586
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Originally Posted by w1pf

It ain't the hardware.

I am a crappy tennis player, and the best racquet on the planet won't help me.
But I can make a perfect solder joint, down to at least 100mil pitch, using a hot fireplace poker.

Last wedding I was a guest at, I took my K10D along just because. I was mostly shooting the pix that the pro photog wasn't getting, or just capturing scenes. 1/4 of the pix in the final wedding album were mine. In event photography, it is really more being able to capture a moment than being able to pose a perfect frame.
Yeah. I know what you mean. I just thought it was audacious that he's asking for help and then gets yelled at because he doesn't have the "required" thousands of dollars of equipment. There are magazine photographers who use point and shoot film cameras. It doesn't matter really.

Adopt your pets. Don't shop for them.
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Unread 06-27-2015, 01:41 AM   #587
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I don't ever put liquid on my lenses to clean them. First compressed air, then my breath to fog them and a clean lens cloth. I tend to wear a lens out before the glass gets fouled too bad.
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Unread 08-06-2015, 04:26 PM   #588
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I basically do the same. Im lazy with cleaning but it seems to work just fine on the equipment I have.
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