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A friend wants to document the move of a house from one location to another.
Moving the house is a very slow process. He wants a series of pictures taken at
one minute intervals over a 4 hour duration and wants the camera to do the work.
He has the same camera as me which is a D7000.
Similar lines are drawn in music, grammar and sports to name a few.
Want to get something going on then give a hard opinion as to what
is jazz or what is proper English. As you said, it is opinion only.
Same range of opinions in music, art, fishing, chess, golf and on and on.
For me , I want as much as possible out of the camera because there is
less "post" work. Others like to work an image until it is just so.
Different strokes for different folks.
Day trip for a photographer might start with brunch near the Inner Harbour.
From there take the walk along Stanley Park's seawall. You'll come out of
the park and be in the West End. Eat some more, have a refreshment.
You can be back in Richmond (airport area) for supper. Start with an