Why, why, why...

Why, why, why...

12 posts
8 Aug 2011
SouthernSnapper
Photographer
SouthernSnap..
If camera lenses are circular why aren't all images round too? In the current digital age without the limitation of film there is no reason for all this lost image.


Your photography related rhetorical questions.....

Posted 8 Aug 2011
otteypm
Photographer
otteypm
Round things are actually very wasteful, cut a bunch of circles out of a piece of card and you have a lot of waste, cut a bunch of squares and you have no waste. Simple really.

Posted 8 Aug 2011
SouthernSnapper
Photographer
SouthernSnap..
otteypm
Round things are actually very wasteful, cut a bunch of circles out of a piece of card and you have a lot of waste, cut a bunch of squares and you have no waste. Simple really.
Digitally speaking a square and a circle of the same area can take the same amount of memory, but you missed the main point. Its a rhetorical question....
Posted 8 Aug 2011
otteypm
Photographer
otteypm
I can't leave things unanswered
Posted 8 Aug 2011
Kiboko
Photographer
Kiboko
I'm not really sure what a rearhistorical question is, but working on the principle that a circle is a crooked straight line bent so that the ends meet, it would appear they both stem from the same origin.
Posted 8 Aug 2011
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
because the sensors are square? lol simples

Posted 8 Aug 2011
Webbo2
Photographer
Webbo2
Well this thread went the way the OP had intended.....





If I buy all this expensive gear....why don't my photos get any better? blush
Posted 8 Aug 2011
Edited by Webbo2 8 Aug 2011
gerryquiff
Photographer
gerryquiff
Webbo2

Well this thread went the way the OP had intended.....





If I buy all this expensive gear....why don't my photos get any better? blush


You can buy all you want, however you may not see any difference until you start using it
Posted 8 Aug 2011
Webbo2
Photographer
Webbo2
gerryquiff

You can buy all you want, however you may not see any difference until you start using it



My point exactly!  


Rhetorical question: A rhetorical question is a figure of speech in the form of a question posed for its persuasive effect without the expectation of a reply (e.g.: "Why me?) Rhetorical questions encourage the listener to think about what the (often obvious) answer to the question must be.....
Posted 8 Aug 2011
Edited by Webbo2 8 Aug 2011
SouthernSnapper
Photographer
SouthernSnap..
Webbo2
Well this thread went the way the OP had intended..... If I buy all this expensive gear....why don't my photos get any better? 
My hero
Posted 8 Aug 2011
SouthernSnapper
Photographer
SouthernSnap..
Is a GWC still a GWC if he has spent a fortune on lights, drops and props too?

Posted 8 Aug 2011
Webbo2
Photographer
Webbo2
SouthernSnapper

My hero


Posted 8 Aug 2011
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