Since lens manufacturers invented the lens aperture, photographers have been talking about the "sweet spot." What is it?
Ever heard of a "pixel peeper"? These are photographers for whom the most important thing is the megapixel count. What is lost in their obsession, is that increasing pixels doesn't make a greater photo. Pixels are important if you are concerned with resolution and enlarging the image. However, pixel peepers cannot figure out how to take a nice looking or great photo, so they concentrate on the number of pixels instead. Pixels are easily quantifiable, a good photo isn't.
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Some will argue that if you are shooting in raw your white balance setting is unimportant because all of the information is