tony cooper wrote:
I consider a tripod essential in table-top photography. In most
table-top photography, the scene is composed by the photographer on
the fly. The objects are arranged and lit, an exposure is taken, the
results are looked at, and the objects are rearranged and relit to
improve the result. The camera stays stationary since the field of
view never changes. I usually use the self-timer to ensure that
there's no camera jiggle.
I included all of what you wrote so that perhaps others can appreciate
it. So many picture-makers try to do everything in photoshop rather than
doing it right in-camera to begin with - and it shows!
What's this "unsophisticated" bit? I'm hurt.
Not you, Sir! I was referring to the masses who became involved in
photography when photoshop was considered the larger part of the
discipline and the camera, making the picture, was just the unfortunate
Hell, I shoot 8x10" film!
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