>>3478755>Are you a "get it right on the camera" kind of person, or a "fix it in lightroom/photoshop" kind of person?
Yes to both. The majority of /p/ have failings in both>Do you feel strongly one way or another? Why or why not?
Only compared to /p/. I think there's a strong failing in processing here owing in part to /p/s film background. I also think /p/ puts quality way too high in priority and as a result you get people gearfagging but you also get people putting composition and long rigorous setup on a pedestal when simply cropping or removing in post is the sensible option>>3478756
This is a good example of a strong opinion founded in culture rather than reality. Within the group of published/award winning photographers I know all but one of them are exclusively RAW save for specific circumstances. As always you aim for what gets the job done best- in 2019 that almost always skews towards doing more in post>>3478770
and this is a good example of an outsider doing their own thing- not everyone is here to become a pro or create art and I'd say the extreme majority of /p/ are simply people learning photography
To get back to OP, personally I love having more options in post and for me that typically means spending a little extra time setting up properly whether that's the light in a studio or the camera in still shooting. Ultimately the thing /p/ lacks most is experience in multiple areas which eventually forces you to get more right in camera AND process correctly depending on the work
There is no one-answer but if you wont do something in post out of principle your principle is probably ridiculous/pride and holding you back