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    Re: "The photographer with the better gear will take the better images" - Opinions?



    Tbigger,


    Not to add insult to injury but this post as well as debate is old hat.


    I read both articles and neither does anything to help me be a better photographer.


    This kind of stuff, IMHO is a complete waste of time. Entertaining, yes, otherwise ACWOT!!


    Take Care,


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    Quote Originally Posted by wickerprints
    Photography is only peripherally about the tools--the real purpose is to capture your vision, your interpretation of what you see in those fleeting moments happening around you all the time, moments that will never come again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bigger


    Sorry Jarhead I'm still learning the ins &amp; outs of computer use. Thanks for the update.
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    No biggie, you can just copy and past the url info like this: http://www.luminous-landscape.com/essays/cameras-matter.shtmlor make a hyperlink using the little chain link icon on the tool bar like thisby hilighting the word and clicking on the little chain thing.
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    Re: "The photographer with the better gear will take the better images" - Opinions?



    Thanks for the good word Keith! I need to remind myself of this each time I (amateur dslr on a tight budget) shoot....otherwise yes, I fall into the trap that I always need to upgrade...






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    Use what you got, get good with it. Develop a style and just be you.


    People will seek out your style, not your gear.
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