Originally Posted by Leigh B
It's interesting how the presentation changed over the years.
I have a photo of Ansel posing with two versions of the print. The later one has a much darker and more dramatic sky.
It's a "good" photo because people are willing to pay lots of $$$ for an original.
In modern American society, $$$ are the only metric of quality.
But does that make it a good photo, or a $ value photo?
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