...and what you said has nothing to do with what we are talking about. What I am talking about is:
Why the need for mottoes and rules to govern ones photographic choices? Why the need to state them as fact? Why not just talk about how lens choice affects photographs, and how this, in turn, affects what is done by the photographs upon their viewing. Flatly dismissing photographs shot with certain types of lenses is almost the height of uselessness in the discussion of photography.
Yes. It is harder to discuss things a bit more objectively and fairly. However, it is not useless – unlike rules, mottoes, and opinions stated as facts. One can state a very strong opinion without needing to rely on generalizations and aphorisms.
...but then again, I guess if you scan pictures and put them online, you are allowed to do so after all.....
Maybe my attempt at stating this humorously fell on deaf ears.......but lighten up, mang!