Ok, got to thinking about this today. I see a lot of folks talking about "getting it right on camera", meaning of course getting the shot to the look as close to the final product as they can with minimal editing. It seems to be a point of pride with many, a goal to which they aspire. I gave it some thought and realized, nope, not how I shoot. I could very well be in the minority here, but for what I shoot getting it "on camera" is more important than getting it "right" on camera. When I shoot I'm usually shooting at something moving or something that could start moving at any given moment. For this and other reasons, such as the fact that I'm often working with some rather cluttered backgrounds, I generally shoot wide intentionally. I don't focus on composition on camera, I just want enough room to make recomposing in post possible. At least for what I do I find it gives me the best final results, being able to decide in post how I want to frame things, what is going to lead to the best final result with the least amount of distractions in the background, etc... So I'm kind of interested to hear from other folks there thoughts and opinions of "getting it right on camera". No right or wrong answers of course, just curious as to other peoples thoughts on the subject.