I think just as there are different kinds of intelligence, there are different photography 'Q's Certainly image quality, IQ, but also EQ, emotional quality, Content is everything if it is singular, unique, and important. Just thinking of some indelible shots, Oswald being killed, Robert Kennedy being cradled, that Lange dust bowl picture of the migrant woman, the "napalm girl", earth from space, the list goes on and on, some have poor IQ but enough EQ to make up for it.
But, most of these examples are, in fact, technically good to great, rather than blurry images of Sasquatch. They are also all historically significant, something quite relevant to the
of the content. Remove the historical significance and the limitations of historical equipment and / or film, and we're back to evaluating the technical aspects.
Just like life being too long to not eat great food, modern cameras are too good to choose to share inferior images ...
When was the last time you saw a blurry image from the red carpet or the Super Bowl?