Upload & Sell: Off
We don't need to read his site to be aware of the nonsense he writes. It ends up in every forum with his latest outlandish remarks being the titles of topic threads. Sometimes, we verify for ourselves that he really did say something stupid; personally, it never surprises me when it is confirmed.
I sigh when I see Ken being quoted on forums, and then check what he is saying. Someone suggested I read his latest article on film. It seems like an exciting read, dynamic, and enthusiastic. But when I focus on the content, I see that it is full of sweeping statements, with no specifics. When he says "If you demand the best quality for serious subjects, and don't mind investing a lot of time to get it, then step all the way up to film." what does he mean? Does he mean a 4"x 5" sheet film camera compared to a D700? Does he know how hard it is to use sheet film? And expensive? And then how about printing it? How many companies do that?
And how about: "You can't go back to a raw file and get more resolution. With film, you don't have to make a resolution decision until you scan it."
So according to Ken, film has infinite resolution. What can one say in response to such twaddle.