>You're kidding - right? According to that logic there is no >reason to own a D800 at all - you should be able to get the >same result with any old camera. I'll agree that most modern >equipment outperforms most photographers - but still, you >can't produce a better image than the equipment is capable of >producing. Personally, I see great value in technological >advances - like computers, digital cameras, Photoshop, DXO, >digital photo printers, etc, etc... > >Most likely your camera, your image processing system, and >printer are all computers. Like it or not - that makes you a >computer jockey in significant ways.
Not sure if you're referring to my comments, but if so, let me rephrase: What does EXIF data have to do with getting a good image from a T/S lens?
A D800 will take a great image, a T/S lens will give you a different perspective on the scene. EXIF info and a DxO or ACR profile have nothing to do with capturing a good image, nor are needed to process a decent capture.