A question here that I'd be interested in people's views on; what makes one image a photograph and another merely a snapshot? Is it entirely composition or subject? Is it technical skill to do with the depth of focus, lens quality and lighting? Does it vary according to whether your image is macro or landscape? Do enthusiasts have a different perfect image from amateurs? I tend to only loiter around camera sites when I'm in the market to buy one; but on a recent foray, there appeared to be a distinct divide between the amateurs who prefer a sharp, punchy image out of a camera and the pros who prefer the camera to do as little as possible so they can post process. Is this because amateurs (and I'm including myself in there so don't take it as a derogatory term) can be nervous about over-processing, scared of making their shots look less realistic while pros focus on making the best of it?