Amateur Photographer

Viewpoint Matt Hart

I often think and talk about ‘Tech vs Image taking, and I have started to feel that camera manufacturers really love the fact that most people who use cameras don't have a clue about what makes a great image, so they capitalise on this to market and sell cameras.

I work a lot with some amazing photographers and am involved in spotting new talent

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