Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/02/27

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Is that so wrong?
From: feli2 at (Feli)
Date: Sun Feb 27 08:11:18 2005
References: <r02010400-1038-3FDFC94D882B11D9BAAD000393B59F78@[]> <> <>

I don't think that is a very good comparison. Now if you had said a 
who couldn't spell or didn't understand grammar or story structure I 
would have to


On Feb 27, 2005, at 6:58 AM, Eric wrote:

> Feli:
>> I feel the same way about a lot of people I know who shoot with
>> heavily automated cameras and claim to be 'professional'
>> photographers, when they don't even know how to use a lightmeter, grey
>> card or understand the relationship between asa, shutter speeds and
>> aperture.
> A writer that uses a word processor instead of a quill and ink isn't a 
> real
> author unless he understands all the ins and outs of a microprocessor 
> and
> the software?
> The results should be what count.

> All other things being equal, I believe that somebody who knows the 
> craft
> can create better results than somebody who doesn't.  In reality, all 
> other
> things are *never* equal.

True, but there are a lot of naturally talented people who can be shown 
by someone less gifted but better trained.


> --
> Eric
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In reply to: Message from kennybod at (Kenneth Frazier) ([Leica] Is that so wrong?)
Message from feli2 at (Feli) ([Leica] Is that so wrong?)
Message from ericm at (Eric) ([Leica] Re: Is that so wrong?)