Digital cameras give photographers the advantage of immediate gratification.
Speeds up workflow and allows the photographer to troubleshoot any issues on the spot.
On a normal assignment I shoot with two camera bodies, a Nikon D4 and a frankenstein D3. The D3 has definitely been through its paces and the LCD screen has been one of the casualites.
No longer being able to review images on one of my cameras is something that I have not only learned to live with but often enjoy. One of the small quirky aspects of my photographic identity.
Reminiscent of the same excitement you get when pulling film out of the developing canister, loading the images from this camera in Photo Mechanic is always a surprise.
The frame above came from the D3, I knew when I was making the image that it told the story well. A group of runners and the nice graphic sign on the warehouse in the background. Quickly trying to evaluate the lighting situation I exposed for the nice morning light on the warehouse and shot.
The result was what I had hoped.
Until next time, take care!