Anyways, if you're such an expert on composition.
Why'd you take this?
Because it was fun, no other reason. It wasn't meant to be an example of composition, because I have worse composition skills than you (but I can admit that). However I am learning to improve all the time, that shot was a once off fun shot playing with the toy heli.
Seriously triple, I don't want this turning into a catfight on your part.
I would pay money for some of Elvis Hitlers photographs, I wouldn't pay money for any of the shots you have posted. I don't have a problem with abstraction, and I sure as **** don't think I am an artist in even the remotest stretch of the imagination.
I bought a 7D because I could afford to drop the cash on it without a second thought, I also take photos and videos with it, but since I hadn't been taking a lot of photos since my Minolta 35mm broke about 5 years ago I consider myself a beginner, and it shows quite clearly ... the difference between me and you is that I recognise I produce ****, whereas your ego prevents you from recognising when you produce turds.
Comparing the horse you captured in the warehouse to a greek statue ...
... seriously dude, this shows just how far you have gone off the rails. Just because you emulate a classic pose doesn't make for a "great" photo, I could get my ****ing 10yo to strike the same pose in the back yard and take a photo, that wouldn't make it any more impressive than yours.
The difference between EH and you is that EH has a genuine artistic talent, an eye for composition, an understanding of perspective, aperture, focus, DOF and all the other technical skills necessary to produce a technically good shot. You really could learn a lot from his photos ... but only if you can pull your ego back a bit and begin to recognise your **** in comparison to your flukes.
Now I am dropping this subject, so your replies don't mean you have "won" it just simply means that I couldn't be ****ed arguing with a brick wall of stupidity anymore.