Keitht wrote: I would suggest that a photographer with a good 'eye' using entry level kit is more likely to produce consistently good material than somebody without any concept of photography with megabucks worth of kit. Therefore, the simplistic answer is 'The person behind the camera'.
BrianMDoucette wrote:A poor carpenter blames his tools...
my 2 cents, B...
ALwin wrote:I've notice that a lot of the advice that comes from the professional photographers on this forum are from those who work either in studios, or cover social events, working with models, sport cars, beautiful landscapes, architecture, etc. (a.k.a. safe environments)
ALwin wrote:I mean, in DP mag, we read articles and interviews about successful photographers or those who recently became successful. We don't get to hear about those who were not successful and what they would have to say about their experiences. Would they advise us for or against entering the world of photography? Would they advise us into making a living out of it or just keep it as a hobby?
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