Michael, you've said it yourself how a lot of people get by with bad testing techniques because of the tolerances in the photographic process. In order for a black box approach to work properly, you need to know what goes in as well as what comes out. The higher the confidence with the input, the higher confidence in the results, and the more likely testing errors will be identified.
Originally Posted by Michael R 1974
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