a beautifully lit, perfectly composed, perfectly timed shot of the bride & groom locking eyes.
Maybe this can soon be done with an Iphone ; isn't it already being done very well with 'really good' DSLRs?
How do heavy MF digital kits with clunky autofocus systems, slow buffers, expensive lenses and habit of draining batteries faster than you can say jack rabbit fit into this scenario?
Just read a thought provoking story on the website of Danish television about a commercial photographer who is concerned that a new initiative to put passport photo booths in public offices throughout the country would probably put him out of business, as about 30% of his turnover is passport photos and the rest is largely generated by people who come through the door for a passport photo and end up coming back for a wedding or portrait of their kids.
I wonder if he has a MF digital system and if he does how much it gets used?