No, actually, there's not. There's only laziness in neglecting to consider what it is you want in your image, regardless of the particular camera/format you happen to be holding.
Originally Posted by Ian Grant
There's nothing more or less authentic about a print from a full-frame or with a crop, or more or less lazy. Useless dogma can be extremely limiting, and we shouldn't contribute to giving people some needless complex about cropping to make the image they want to make. Some people might work better with a "full frame only" monkey on their backs, but others might not, and that's FINE.
Everyone can shoot in different ways and it's no less valid-we should focus on result more than process.
(And this is coming from a guy who loves 6x6 and usually prefers a square, and a full-frame at that...I just don't think it has to be this way all the time for me, or for other people.)
Edit: To the point of the thread, I'm firmly with the "square printing gives me a test strip with every sheet of paper" crowd...
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