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Subject: If you wanted to teach composition, this might make sense
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Subject: If you wanted to teach composition, this might make sense
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But without direct supervision, it's an ape's tool as it is.  If they can't be bothered learning how
to control a camera to exploit it for maximum picture quality, why would they show any more interest
in composition?  

https://www.dpreview.com/articles/3019480127/is-the-future-of-beginn...