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accepted Do the Lightroom lens correction tools make good lenses less important?
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comment Do the Lightroom lens correction tools make good lenses less important?
@Pete yes that is exactly what I mean (about the sharpness). I might pritn in more than 4x6" though occasionaly.
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comment Do the Lightroom lens correction tools make good lenses less important?
Yes I understand a more expensive lens has (or should have) better properties, but it seems I can give less values to the properties that can be 'fixed' by Lightroom. I don't make pictures that often so I don't want to spend like $1000 on a lens (although I also don't want to spend $300 on a low quality lens).
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comment Why did my Canon EOS 450D fail to save the entire photo?
Always format a card on the camera, no on the computer.
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comment How can I improve shots in the dark, when tripod or flash are not available?
I upvoted because this is true ... but it depends how long ... a small factor can be gained, but not like 10 seconds (or maybe even 1).
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answered How can I improve shots in the dark, when tripod or flash are not available?