After I asked somebody if they could get the same quality of pics they take with their $5,000 + equipment, with any other camera, someone here answered:
( I'm tired of people talking like the gear makes the photographer. Seriously grow up ) ...
All I have to say back is: YOU GOT THAT WRONG!
I came here to learn, share, talk, etc... and my main concern was that with my new 7D I coulnt get any picture as good as I tought they were going to be for its price. After plenty of crappy pictures, blured, ugly focus, not sharp, I tried to find out more about the lens it comes with which is the 28-135mm and found out that alot of people are in the same situation or are going to be when they test this lens.
I had 5 grand to spend in lenses and accessories and I just got one so far which is the Canon 10-22mm and found out that... wow, now my pictures are not just better, but sharp, in focus, not blured and .... so somebody must have been wrong
Here is an example of the 28-135mm
And here are some pictures I took with the Canon 10-22mm that I got 3 days ago. I have no knowledge of photography except to know when a picture is good and how to set my camera...
So for other newbies out there, when you hear those type of comments, print the page, go to the bathroom and use that page as a toilet paper.. seriously some people must live miserable to not share a bit of help... anyway I hope this helps other new people on photography. Good equipment, specially good lenses, like the 85mm or the 10-22, 70-200 f2 are the way to start dont spend time trying to figure out why your pics are blured, full of noise, not in focus with a crappy lens