I used to work as a car-metalworker. Fixing things and building new parts. For example Jaguar has many hand-built parts.
A fool with a good tool is still a fool my car fixing teacher used to say.
Good tools matters a lot. The more skill you have the more you can use the tool. Also the more tools you got the variety you can do. A beginner doesnt see the difference between two tools that are similar. But from experience you learn that tools matter for the result. Experience makes you understand the importance off tools.
I think the same is so with photography tools.
I just doesn't really understand this hard feelings. I think people are to attached with their tools and ego. I thought both articles are excellent. I just doesn't understand why some people get so worked up.
I am just 28 years old, not claiming to be wise or anything. But I learn't in life there often many opposite rational theories that both are right depends what your background is. To only see one truth is to limit yourself. I would also almost call it to follow a dogma. Dogmas arnīt good.
I agree completely with the articles, I also canīt see the rudeness or vulgar in them. But I think I lack the background from those that see it.
No, absolute no. I dont think Luminous Landscape is heading in a wrong direction. This site to me focus on both parts that interest me. Both the craft and tools. I think the focus is balanced.