I find "technically perfect" photographs to be about as interesting as watching grass grow. There is more to photography than perfect presentation and technically well done photography. Again I am glad I have never had anything to do with Camera Clubs. I am sure they are good for certain types of things comradery, learning new skills, guest speakers et cetera, but the whole notion that a photograph isn't worth "liking" if it has a dust spots, on it or isnt' presented to the higest degree is a bit much for me. As they say " your mileage may vary"