I was once a photographer at a hobby type level.
Expensive cameras, lenses, developing equipment, etc...
All of this "stuff" today is almost worthless.
The art of photography is gone, no one pays attention to color saturation, different types of film, push or pull developement.
The digital age has provided us with point & click.
Back in the "day" a good day of shooting, 120 photos, may have provided 12 really good shots.
3 to 5 of these would be considered excellent by anyones standard.
Tough to get these when you're up all night developing your work.
Today a great deal of the skills have been removed.
A digital SLR camera with 2 batteries, 256G of storage devices can pound out 2000 photos easy.
Develope? hell no plug into the computer and delete the garbage, keep the good.
With these odds good shots will be aquired only because of the high volume captured.
Luck becomes the greater factor, odds increased by volume.
Kind of like casino gambling, everyone will not walk out a winner.
Stepping down off the soapbox now!
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