Depth of Field on the M43 is in fact better not worse.....

Started May 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
Ron Parr Forum Pro • Posts: 13,785
Re: The intended...

ChrisDM wrote:

Because in practical terms, that information only confuses the subject for the average beginner. Being a great teacher means understanding the student as well as the subject. To prove you understand the topic beyond the scope of the intended's target only serves your ego, not the intended student.

Teaching something that is obviously wrong serves nobody. It sows misinformation and will generate confusion in the student who gives the matter a moment's thought. Assuming that your students won't notice obvious problems in what you are teaching is both arrogant and disrespectful of your students.

Why argue in favor of something that is clearly wrong and confusing when it's not hard to teach the correct thing?

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