3 photographers, 3 cameras, and 3 ‘chimpers’:
- An iPhone
- A Canon 70D
- A Sony Point and Shoot
The three of them are ‘chimping’ at the same time. Chimping is checking every photo on the camera display immediately after taking the photo.
I almost never chimp because:
- I can’t chimp and look at what I’m doing.
- Chimping kills the battery.
- I Miss a lot of what’s happening around.
I chimp when I set the flash and I also chimp for the first few photos when using flash so I can get a good idea of what it’s going to look like. Then, it’s time to make the ‘real photos’.
3 photographers chimping
Before (left) and After (right)
Camera: Canon 7D ISO 160 and 1/200s
Lens: Canon 70-200 f/4L IS @116mm and f/5.6
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