The concept of value in photography has been debated for years. Some argue that value is a simple idea that is not necessarily measurable. Some are even advocating that value is a thing that is unknowable.
It seems like the idea of value in a photography is still up for grabs, but that’s not a bad thing either. What we’re really talking about here is the relative value of different things. So value is relative to each photographer’s perspective. A camera with a medium/bright lens is more valuable to someone who’s shooting from a more expansive distance, because they’re more likely to see the subject that way.
I know there are a million ways to make a photo worth something, but there is just one way to make a photograph worth something. If you are just using your camera for its raw power, then there is little difference between the original and the photo you shot. However, if you are using your camera to add the human element to your image, then you can appreciate that human element and make your image into something that is more valuable.
Value is based on the amount of attention you pay to the value of the subject, not the number of pixels in the photo. You can have a photo that has a lot of detail but a lot of pixilation, but that does not mean it is more valuable. It is just a photo.
The most valuable thing in a photo is that it tells the story, and that is something photography does. A few seconds of your time can be spent taking a photo with the intention of making a story out of it, or a few minutes can be spent shooting a photo to take a nice frame, but that is a secondary value. It is how you feel about the subject.
A pixel of the photo is very small compared to the entire image taken from the same point of view, and these tiny pixels have very specific properties. For example, they absorb light, they reflect light, and they do not absorb or reflect light of any wavelength (i.e. they are transparent), but they’re the most light-transmitting and therefore the most valuable part of the entire image.
This has been brought up before. You don’t want your photo to look like there is a giant pixel in the middle of the image. You want to have as good a picture as you can have without a giant pixel. However, it is important to understand that the photo-value is very specific to each subject. The subject you have in mind is like a paintbrush, and the photo-value is the amount of paint you can get from it.
The same is true for photography. A photo can be used for so much more than just capturing a snapshot. It can be used for creating a work of art, it can be used for studying a work of art, or it can even be used to document important information. But for each of these things, the photo needs to be as good as it can possibly be for each of these purposes.
The question is, how good do you have to be at shooting a good photo? Of course, this isn’t an easy question to answer. For one thing, you need to be able to focus. For another, you need to have a high enough aperture to allow you to shoot at a certain depth of field. For another, you need to be able to capture the perfect moment. For another, you need to be able to take a photo while moving.
Photography has more to it than just taking pictures. It has to do with the experience one has when taking these photos. You need to be able to have a sense of how the moment you’re looking at in a photograph is going to appear to the viewer. You also need to bring out the emotion that you’ve captured in the photo. It has to do with the emotion you want your viewer to have when they look at the photograph.