Expensive Equipment = Good photo?


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AhV

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will an expensive kitchen and wok make you dish out nice 'Chi Char' ???? :devil:
 

dominator

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Owning expensive equipment:

A good way to tell the owner he has no excuses for the lousy photos he takes.
 

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80% = No -- the person behind it is most important!!!

20% = yes -- a good camera with better CCD tends to be more sensitive in reading details
eg. colour, metering, etc
 

microcosm

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Definitely makes for expensive photos.
 

drakon09

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Expensive knives make cutting through bone so much easier.... :devil:
 

catchlights

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expensive equipment = good photo, ....................partially truth,

but one thing for sure, we all will laugh even louder when we see some "suck" photos come out from expensive equipment.




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lovells19

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Expensive Equipment = More options to create a better photo + Skill + talent = Award Winning Photo (provided photographer submits for competition)

Expensive Equipment = More options to create a better photo - Skill + talent = Could be good photo

Expensive Equipment = More options to create a better photo + Skill - talent = Good Photo

Expensive Equipment = More options to create a better photo - Skill - talent = Lousy Photo

Expensive Equipment = More options to create a better photo - Skill - talent = Good Photo (must be lucky day)
 

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