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Re: 300D Framing Question
Old 08-31-2004, 03:23 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I agree with Bob whole heartedly. Shoot what looks good. Worry about cropping later. Myself, I still shoot film, so I don't have that option of just changing my ratio when I feel like it. When I have the luxuary of being able to print my own work by hand, I run into cropping issues on every image. I don't have the luxary of not having borders. I have gotten to the point where I just do what Bob said, shoot for what looks good, worry about the post production (film or digital) for after the post. If you can't, well I then suggest leaving a little bit extra in your frame so that you can then have some breathing room to crop.

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