Ask someone who worked as a professional photographer what he dislikes most about photography today, and there’s a pretty good chance he’ll say something about how many people take photos today almost as an afterthought.
You’d never hear someone saying “I’ll just fix that later in Photoshop” (though photographers were ‘shopping even before Photoshop), and each click was respected; it was intended to become a keeper.
Being limited by the number of exposures on each roll of film you could literally put a price tag of each press of the shutter, but today, with 512GB memory cards and virtually free and unlimited exposures, this is far from being the case.
Photographer Mason Resnick pretty much summed it up in the above image.
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