On the lines of film making, it always frustrated me and still does. Do you know how long editing takes? Hours upon hours for a 30 second piece.
Take this piece for example. 1 minute and 8 seconds. This took days. Hours of footage and interview segments watched and listened to over and over again. It's no small project.
My point being this, if you can control something here and now while shooting, why not do it correctly. Instead most cut corners making more work for others later. Don't do it...in any part of your life.
I just came across 10 Deadly Post Processing Sins and it honestly had me laughing out loud and thinking "Yes, that is indeed stupid. Why do people do it?" but I also know that's because my strong point is not post editing in photography. I have never enjoyed editing photos because you lose the essence of the photo. I want to take a beautiful breathtaking photo off the bat. I don't want to enhance a mediocre photo to something breathtaking. At that point it's not a photo, it's a misconception. A lie. False advertising. Unless of course you own up to that fact you've switched gears from a photograph to design.
We'll fix it in post. My philosophy, don't rely on it. Do a quality time the first time every time and minimal corrections will need to be done when getting to post. The way it should be.