What, its my name and my phone #. Thats the copy. Writing on POTN and writing a client are two very different things.
And Leica is way more than romanticism.
Oh I almost forgot Hobby is a strobist. Of course he's not going to like Leica. I'm a recovering strobist and believe theres also a magic in learning to see light. Heres a couple of Leica users and what they had to say about it. A couple of my favorite photographers BTW.
"Today's photographers think differently. Many can't see real light anymore. They think only in terms of strobe - sure, it all looks beautiful but it's not really seeing. If you have the eyes to see it, the nuances of light are already there on the subject's face. If your thinking is confined to strobe light sources, your palette becomes very mean - which is the reason I photograph only in available light." - Alfred Eisenstaedt
"Avoid making a commotion, just as you wouldn’t stir up the water before fishing. Don’t use a flash out of respect for the natural lighting, even when there isn’t any."-Henri Cartier-Bresson
I'm 100 percent with you on the light. They don't learn to work with it, they simply overcome it with strobes. As for the copy, writing is writing. I don't differentiate. That may have to do with my journalist underpinnings. I write with the same care regardless of purpose, that way I never have to turn it on or off. Also, to and too and lose and loose are two of my biggest pet peeves.