Quote Originally Posted by Curt View Post
Why should analog photographers owe the viewer a complete technical break down of the time, place, equipment, processing...
For that matter any photographer or artist?

I like to understand why a shot may have been made, the conversation or story can be quite interesting and a learning experience itself. The technical details, AKA chatter as Adams called it, don't matter to me. If I want to know more about the technical stuff, knowing what value was placed where is nice. Actual aperture, speed, film, developing, developer, paper, etc can be too big a bog for me to get trapped in. That's my take, I'm just another voice in everyone's head vying for attention.