The internet and forums have been around for long enough now that we have heard most questions regarding photography. Although repetition isn't the end of the world, we really need to stop asking these questions.
I know these things shouldn't bother me, and for the most part they don't. However, being annoyed without giving an alternative is a pretty negative path to take. The internet is both amazing for photographers to gain knowledge (my entire education was online) and also incredibly destructive in terms of false information or the importance of certain aspects of photography being over or under sold.
Most new photographers would assume that image sharpness and bokeh are the most important factors of a good photograph. So in this video I go over some of the most common questions that I receive that I believe are miss placed and offer some alternatives that I feel will actually help progress your photography. A lot of this is accelerated by the camera industry who are trying to constantly sell new products, but it is worth noting that the aims of a camera manufacturer and a photographer differ somewhat and that although brands have massive buying power, educators of photography do not. Of course we all start somewhere and I have asked all of these questions at various part in my journey as a photographer.
What do you feel are the most misplaced or useless questions that photographers often ask?