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>A friend of mine is one of a select group of still
>photographers authorized to shoot on movie and TV sets in Los
>Angeles. When I got my D7000, he invited me over to his own
>studio for some DSLR lessons.
>
>One point he repeatedly drove home was that I was looking at
>menus and camera controls too much. He urged me to look long
>and hard at the subject and to view the scene through the
>viewfinder.
>
>It is a discipline which can get sidetracked by all the bells
>and whistles on the camera.

That's not chimping.

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