The Lowering Quality of Photography

Started Sep 16, 2008 | Discussions thread
DavidMaven Senior Member • Posts: 2,975
Even funnier: it's not exaggeration

Adrian Veidt wrote:

DavidMaven wrote:

To that end, DPreview is a victim of its own success; when it became
a valuable resource for serious photographers, it also opened the
floodgates for the unwashed masses to ask questions like "Can you
suggest a quality, sturdy, flexible, lightweight tripod for travel,
landscape, wildlife, and snaphots for under $100?" and "What settings
should I use on my Digital Rebel and kit lens for my first wedding
shoot this weekend?"

Not only really funny, but quite accurate if even just a little
exaggerated.

Those questions are from posts that I have seen... no exaggeration, I kid you not!

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