SP-550...what's really important

Started Mar 9, 2007 | Discussions thread
Typeaux Veteran Member • Posts: 6,471
Good reminder.

Most of us will never be professional photographers. Most of us want cameras to tell the stories of our lives, to document where we are and were we've been, and in some cases, where we're going. In a sense, your photo tells a story of both here and now, and of the future. The beauty of that is that it cannot be matched by any studio shot. The emotions it evokes are nearly universal, because the photo is true and natural and real.

Like an excellent home-cooked meal, it doesn't matter if it was prepared on a restaurant-grade Viking gas range or on a wood-fired, cast-iron stove. As you said so eloquently, it is the end result that is important.

But I'll bet having IS didn't hurt.

I appreciate your post and the photo. Both are excellent.

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Typeaux

The only test of an image is the satisfaction it gives you. There simply isn't any other test.

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