Age 10: Beg, plead, cry, sulk, beg, plead, cry, sulk, and scream till your parents get you a point and shoot camera.
Click away happily taking some awesome pictures.
Age 18: Beg, plead, cry, sulk, beg, plead, sulk…. till your parents give in and get you a DSLR camera.
Click away happily and realize unhappily that you cannot click away happily till you've learned to set the camera.
Click away unhappily as you miserably fail to get the hang of the ISO, F stop and a trillion other settings.
Look wistfully at the nice-nice pictures you took with your old point and shoot camera.
Look wistfully and wince at the horrible deformities you took with the DSLR camera.
Discard the DSLR camera and go back to happily clicking awesome pictures with your point and shoot camera.
Age: 20: You are still trying to convince your parents that the awesome pictures you took after age 18 were with the expensive DSLR camera and not the point and shoot camera and that the lack of difference in the quality of the pictures was because of their err...amateurish eyes.
That was a blast from my past.
Of course now I am a DSLR pro. All the awesome pictures I have taken are not from Corbis. I swear on my DSLR!!