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The price of everything and the value of nothing

I'm paraphrasing, but Eddie Ephraums makes a good point in the latest edition of Black and White Photography magazine: how many of us put more value on our equipment than on what it is we produce with this equipment? It's a male photographer thing of course.

(By the way, is it just me or does B&WPM desperately need a new website?). 


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