I don't understand....isn't producing anything economically-speaking a good thing, be it shirts, cigarettes, or a supply of slaves?
Hence the word "goods" for "products"?
It's who the good is for that's the source of all the disagreements...
Edit: speaking of economic impact, I really miss whatever123. He had the bestest arguments ever about what went wrong to cause the death of the shoe industry in America....
You and I aren't really saying anything that's different. All I am saying is that most of the comments are pointed towards arguing if the NPV of all future "economic output" of a single individual is greater if one smoke than if they don't smoke. Teger believes that it is, others disagree.
Originally Posted by dusttruffle
Nope just a wide aperture (low f number) & a longer focal length (higher mm focal length) create the shallow depth of field (aka focus).
Interchangeable lens generally recommended though. Preferably priced at around a few Edward Greens.
Can you change the focal length on most point and shoots?
if you're all interested in photography biggskip you can buy a 5 year old DLSR with a bunch of lenses for like $200 -- my girlfriend just bought a d50x with a telephoto lens and a good general lens for around that. works great.