I shot it because I saw it :-)
Now, as to the back screen, I hardly ever use it to chimp (checking the grilled
highlights is no longer necessary with modern sensors). What I usually do when
not at home is review my day’s take in the hotel room before dinner, and delete
what I really screwed up in order to save card space. But not always. Editing
is more comfortable on a large screen.
My fujis also provide upload to the i-phone, but it is jpeg only so far as I
know. And I don’t do jpeg until final export after processing.
My « work »flow suits me, and I have used it for so long now that I no longer
question it , as in the good old times :-)
Le 23 août 2019 à 14:15, Peter Stevens (Redacted sender "fritzj3" for DMARC)
<dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
That’s great, Philippe! Was it a wonderful surprise for you when you
off-loaded from the camera to your computer, or did you notice the reflection
before taking the shot? Either way, its a wonderful image. Thank you.
Speaking of reviewing images after taking the shot, I was reading about the
Leica M models that have been released over the last few years that have no
screen on the back for image review. The current version, the M10-D, while
not having a screen does have the technology to instantly communicate with an
iPhone. But a version of Typ 262 had no such capability, which must’ve been
the closest “feel” to what we all used to experience with film and slides. I
don’t see many folks going back to a no-review platform, but its nice to know
that there’s still somebody at a camera company willing to provide that
“blind-effect”. Funny thing is that Leica charges MORE for bodies without a
screen than the same model that has a screen and extra functions… go figure.
On Aug 23, 2019, at 7:02 AM, Philippe <photo.philippe.amard@xxxxxxxxx