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Old 08-29-2009, 01:12 AM   #9
Dennis A. Livesey
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You can't change the technology to suit your viewpoint. DSLR image captures, by outcome if not by design, must be sharpened to look as intended. Even the most expensive Canon DSLR generates images that requires sharpening, as Canon itself says.

If you are not sharpening, you are not waxing the car.

[soapbox]As for your definition of "photography," with all due respect it lies much closer to the preference of middle-america snapshooters with their pop and drop (shoot their print film and leave at the retail lab) than it does to the roots of photography, where the darkroom work was extensive and vital in turning the initial capture onto silver into a viewable print. Post-processing has always been an important part of photography. [/soapbox]
What he said.
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