« on: December 07, 2014, 10:39:05 PM »
Give me one good reason why you want to jump through hoops finding ways and workarounds to achieve the desired results when there is other equipment that makes the process much easier.
How is the process much easier?
You are still post-processing a lot more.
Its really about pre-production vs. post-production, if you spend a little more time setting up before the shot, then you won't have to spend more time in front of a computer. Or vice-versa.
Would you rather push a few sliders or for every shot set up flashes / reflectors / tripods / GND filters (depending on the scene)? Even so, some moving subjects like Marsu42's horses may not lend themselves well to pre-production setup. Or if you are in certain public places. Or traveling light.
The thing is, you still have the pre-production option if you prefer, but you also have more flexibility for post-processing. Why some people are against that is beyond me. Many are excited about a marginal improvement in high ISO noise in the 7DII vs the original 7D after 5 years of development, but 400% more DR (~2 stops) is not important?