I don't think that was a fair comparison to begin with. Fine art and photojournalism use photography for different purposes. A photojournalist isn't going to reject a negative of the burning Hindenburg just because the depth of field is too shallow.
Originally Posted by AndreasT
I find it interesting that throughout this discussion, with all of the contrasting opinions, we all seem to agree upon the importance of understanding the materials we use.
Finally, I don't need to know anything technical to make a photograph, but I choose to know.
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