Quote Originally Posted by PKM-25 View Post
As for the rest of it, like I or not, digital photography is computer photography, talent being equal, it is going to increasingly come under more wallet driven scrutiny when compared to something that was hand made...
When you say 'hand made' you're making photography sound like arts and crafts, which was partly my point. I really don't understand why people like yourself don't just take up pottery! It's an incidental part of making a photograph, which, being the most significant difference between digital and traditional photography, has become emotionally imbued for arguments sake. I'm imagining that scene from 'Ghost' (terrible film, yes) but with the couple in a darkroom, rubbing their hands all over a wet print.