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Bob Tullis
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Re: Testosterone v Experience

SlamdunK wrote:

Bob Tullis wrote:

SlamdunK wrote:

I don't think so. I don't typically carry a camera unless I have the time to devote to it rather exclusively.

I can understand that, personally however i can bring my gf2 with the 20mm wherever I go, my best shots have come in a random fassion when I happend to have great IQ in my pocket. I had the GH2 for a short while, but returned it quickly as I mostly used my GF-1 (at the time) anyway.

You don't have to sell me on this format or it's selling points. I've used DSLRs for longer than you've been shooting with phones and µ4/3.

Good for you! Surley you must be a much more competent photographer then me. did you like my blog?

No.   It's a little too "I know everything" for me.  I went there to see what sort of experience with DSLRs you might drawing from.   Because you speak like you have a good grasp of what challenges professionals and advanced enthusiasts deal with - but you show snapshots.  I was looking for work that took a little more determination and effort than that.

Talk is cheap - where's those best shots you reference that make the DSLR so redundant? I see some decent travel photos and snapshots in your DPR gallery, but these can't be that.

Those Pictures are excatly that: Travel photos. I uploaded them in a thread where somebody else had been to the same location. I also got good feedback on them from others, and I like them myself, it is not like I am asking for you approval in this thread, If you dont like them from a artistic viewpoint I dont care, but they sure are very good from a technical viewpoint in terms of sharpness and general image quality that we were discussing in this thread.

It's not about like-dislike, it's about your experience in relation to your pontification.  I've seen just as good, and much better, from a P&S to be honest ( LX series should make any larger format bigot take stock in themselves - and I speak from bigoted experience).

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