Dang Ulrich...its only a tiny toggle switch. It doesn't take that much exertion to flip it But I know what you mean...we depend upon the reliability of the technology too much because most times its on the money.
I know, I know. This is from one of my little weekend trips hunting for pictures and inspiration. Often it is that I do not find anything for most of the day, and - like here - something pops that I don not want to miss up in the early evening and AFTER dinner. There can be a certain inertia which as to be overcome in these situations
What I respect about your work habits is that you know what you are looking for...me I just react or shoot prolifically and then get home to see what I got, if anything. I think its a carry over from the film days when everything shot was a latent image until it was processed. We never knew what the hell we had till the negatives dried. I have tried on occasions to go out with a "game plan" in mind but always seem to fail miserably. I have an envious admiration for "conceptional" artists such as you who can make the something out of the nothing.
Right and wrong, right and wrong. Usually I just follow rule # 31. 31. “Wander aimlessly most of the time.” — Melanie Einzig And I certainly share your respect for the "conceptional" thing. No way for me