Never have I read an article that so articulately speaks for what is happening in the photo industry today … Today’s Sunday Feature was first published by Kirk Tuck over at The Visual Science Lab in Australia.

We’ve been talking in the workshops for the past year (and then some) about the imminent “death” of the DSLR, and bemoaning the fanboy and gearhead habits of photographers that firmly believe they aren’t a good photographer if they don’t have the latest model in their hands … and then argue over technical minutia over why their camera is better than yours, thus making them a better photographer. Never once talking about creativity.

Pixel count and bit depth do not equal creativity.

Well, let’s simply bow down to Kirk Tuck and let him explain this philosophy in a way that rings so true, you might finally be re-thinking your photography process.

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