Description: Chimping is a popular term for looking at the pictures in the LCD of the camera.
Photographers often “chimp” during a shoot to filter out “reject” images. The goal is to lower the number of images that will need to be culled in order to save time during post production. Opinions vary, however, on whether chipping is a good or bad thing to do as it can cause a photographer to miss important moments that they would otherwise capture.
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