Digital article complaint

Will Postlethwaite's article entitled, "The great digital debate" (UwP17) gives almost no insight into the true differences between film and digital underwater photography. It is hard enough to make a qualified comparison with properly chosen digital and film rigs; choosing to compare an Olympus C-5050 to a Nikon F90X makes an analysis virtually impossible.

Compared images were framed differently, exposed differently, and generally compared using superficial observations. One of digital imaging's key workflow differences is that the image is not complete after the shutter has been depressed. Most good digital photographers shoot to capture as much raw information as possible, which does not typically yield a perfect, competing photo straight out of the camera (although there are settings that can overcome much of this).

There are many more grievances I have with Mr. Postlethwaite's statements, but it would take

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