You know, I was listening to NPR last night (as I usually do on my way home), and they had stories with actualities from two press conferences (one with Obama, one with Kerry). During both clips, you could barely hear what the person was saying, because the sound of the cameras snapping photos was so loud. Is that really still necessary? Aren't most of them using DSLRs, and aren't the shutter noises on those just artificial (and, can therefore, be turned off)?
- Jennifer D.
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