This is the BIGGEST crock I ever heard!
The reason that images from the 50's and 60's appeared most riveting is simple, those we see are the selected few, the best and those we choose to preserve. Only the best are being archieved, and survive the test of time. The no so good ones all literally faded into history. As to images from the recent years, there are so many out there, the so so and the down right bad ones are all available for us to admire and discard.Originally Posted by unseen
You are comparing apples to oranges, which seems like a favourite past time on the forum. One is a photography teacher, a pro, and the other a digital buff, an amateur. Give your photography teacher a pro DSLR setup, and it will be 36 out of 36. On the other hand, the amateur will still get 1 good one out of many he shot.Originally Posted by unseen
I really don;t know what to say about this one. Bad photographer, nomatter what you give them, the images created will not be consistence, maybe an occasional good one. No pro body will help.Originally Posted by unseen