I like your spanner! And I agree! As I mentioned earlier, both sides win! It is more convenient and gear matters! Good for us!Quote...from the exact same spot on shore. No question in my mind that I could have gotten a better perspective
Well if it had been from the exact same spot, it would have had the exact same perspective!QuoteSo now let's see the one taken with a Canon PowerShot A1400 at 90'-100'! Nice image!
Just to throw a spanner in the works, there has been a rather well mannered thread about this kind of thing http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=12154.0
I can see both sides of this argument, only a fool couldn't, or an argumentative troll who wouldn't. Some photographers can achieve amazing results with comparatively modest equipment, eg, most of these images were shot with a 5D MkII and a 50mm f1.8 http://tamarlevine.com/. On the flip side some photographers wiill always find images they can't shoot due to equipment limitations even when they are using the best currently available, eg, http://www.andyrouse.co.uk/index.php?pageno=6&link=blog&category=7 now those images, however skilled you are, could never ever be shot with a point and shoot, an SX50, or a 4x5 field camera.