© Patricia Russotti
“You don’t get creative by staying in the same place.”
Digital photography’s goal is no different from that of shooting with film: capture and achieve the best translation of the scene (from your vision) to a photographic image. The difference is simply how the “data” captured— now l’s and O’s, not a film negative (or positive)—holds the image. In the realm of professional photography, this requires understanding all the choices and making appropriate decisions as to the best match of image quality to workflow needs.
Some people shoot a lot to get a lot. Some people shoot ...