Field Techniques for Technical Cameras

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  • Ralph Upchurch
    Ralph Upchurch
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    on: April 29, 2022 at 11:20 am

    I very much enjoyed Dave Chew’s most recent article from a number of perspectives.  As a fellow Northeast Ohio native, I enjoyed seeing his wonderful images from some of my old stomping grounds (Ladue Reservoir, the CWRU campus).  There was also a wealth of practical shooting tips: some new to me, some which I used to do but fell out of the habit, and some learned the hard way (“a piece of equipment lying on the … is a piece of equipment that wants to get lost.”)

    I haven’t shot with my field 4×5 in a long time, the closest thing I have to a technical camera.  But as Dave noted, many points made in the article are useful to a mirrorless shooter.  The images are outstanding.  Well done!

    Dave Chew
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    Re: Field Techniques for Technical Cameras
    Reply #1 on: April 29, 2022 at 4:24 pm

    Hi Ralph,

    Thank you for the comments. I’m glad you got some value from the article. I’ve spent the majority of my life in and around Geauga County.
    Indeed, mistakes are valuable opportunities. One of my favorite quotes: Experience is the ability to recognize a mistake the second time you make it.
    Dave

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