If Canon releases an EOS M update similar to the Sony A5100 with nearly the same specs and price, I would totally be all over it. But for now, I'll rock on with the first EOS M.
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I don't know too many actual pros personally.I know a decent number and I used to correspond with one of Vogue's top photographers and while he has many assistants, he was very involved in every step of his photographs, including scanning them (this was the early 2000s), which is how I got to know him. I just wish I had kept in touch with him...
I naively thought most artists (pros?) were insanely protective of their craft, the process and most of all the finished product. Now I can definitely see a gifted photographer that cut teeth on film maybe having an assistant to help with all the tech stuff and working magic on Photoshop at the behest and direction of the artist but I would think most 'old pros' would feel silly having an assistant place their tripod and camera for them.
My attempt at being artsy
Spectacular... and the photo is pretty good too. I like the first... did you sepia the top right and then allow the water to be blue? I like the effect... and the composition... nice job.