Misinformation about m4/3

Started Feb 14, 2014 | Discussions thread
Alan Lai Regular Member • Posts: 300
Re: Misinformation about m4/3

Martin.au wrote:

Alan Lai wrote:

Martin.au wrote:

"Those who can't do, teach." perhaps?

I hope you realize that teaching requires more than just "do", but able to "explain" clearly to people who are not familiar with the field.

The problem presented here? Too many people claim they are photographers, but in the end, they aren't photographer in any way. Similar to the thinking that you own pro gear you are a pro, you

read forums and you are an expert.

Wow. I didn't realise so many people would be unfamiliar with that phrase.

No, it's not supposed to apply to every teacher. I know there are a hell of a lot of really great teachers out there, with exceptional skills.

On the other hand, there are also "teachers" out there who are happy to "educate" about things they don't understand. Case in point. That is the type of person the phrase is used to refer to.

Dunno what the rest of your post is about. Perhaps you could draw up some guidelines so we can distinguish between these "photographers" and people who "aren't photographer in any way".

The meaning for that phrases is indeed "People who are able to do something well can do that thing for a living, while people who are not able to do anything that well make a living by teaching." I understand it pretty correctly. So what's the "unfamiliar with that phrase" about?

For the rest of your post, I think you know those guidelines very well so there's no need for me to draw up any.

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