Pro-grade photos with a point and shoot camera?

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  1. Mumfandc

    Mumfandc TPF Noob!

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    So I was looking for sample images of the Sony-V3, because I was in the market for a compact digi-cam.

    I happened to come across this young woman's portfolio. I was surprised she uses a pocket-size "point-and-shoot" in most of her photographs (the Sony P10). Several commented on this...

    Impressive! Unless she's joking with us.

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    Exactly. But I was more surprised because the discontinued P10 is basically a featureless camera, with almost no "creative controls".

    Imagine if everyone was equipped with only a P10...some would complain it doesn't have a 45-point advanced focusing system, then there will be those individuals who can churn out miracles!

    I need to go back to shooting with my $15 Holga.
     

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