Debates about whether it is still worth to hire professional photographers, since nowadays everyone can take pictures (and the belief persists in the minds of many fans of shooting) taking place on the Web for a long time. The voice on the matter set to take the James Hodgins – Sudbury photographer. And he did it in an interesting and unconventional way …

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The "Crappy Vs Snappy" is based on very simple assumptions – placed next to each other are two pictures: the first made ​​by an amateur, and second, recorded in the same conditions, by the photographer (realized in the order). Effect? ​​Definitely worth attention – you'll find the same by visiting project page . And what do you think about the experiment Hodgins? He proved his right?