Partly maybe cos I mainly shoot landscapes and cityscapes I have most often relied on my tripod and stop the lens down and shoot at base ISO and got into the habit even at summer 12PM at times even overseas for that matter. Myself as an amateur, so I have been thinking what a pro would do. I could maybe use tripod or the slower approach when I set out to shoot specific items like a personal project or assignment but other times I can shoot it quickly and move on and enjoy the non photography aspects more as well. Sometimes I go somewhere and apart from the photography I felt I didn't get so much that travel experience. Some pro's say; they just get the job done to the intended audience and with dust spotting I have heard they say if the output isn't large they may do so at great magnifications. Over time with the virus, I have been looking at my older travel photos from 2004 and posting them online. Despite the well dated camera they were fine to that audience. Even for myself it's not like I am printing posters often, I think I've printed 1x A0 size in my life. It was also for a work colleague with my NIkon D70 6MP and it seemed to went down well. Views? Cheers.