Quote Originally Posted by Dali View Post
As soon as you detail a picture (sharpness, bokeh, ...), you miss the point. A picture is a whole. Of course people can use less than perfect equipment as it might ease what they try to convey but what matter is not the technical trick, it is the result: can you "see" beyond the picture or not?
For me it works like this: at first I see whole picture and I say "wow" or "nothing special" or "HDR shit" or whatever. When I say "wow" then I look longer, and I start to see details in picture composition, and later I analyze bokeh, sharpness and other technical aspects.