I read this post over at the New York Times about the "honesty" of posting your shooting data with your photos. The author thinks there should be a distinction between what settings the photographer used versus what the camera chose. So instead of just saying a photo was,"taken at f8, 1/125th, and ISO 200", he'd like to see, "aperture set at f8 and camera selected 1/125th and ISO 200".
I rarely ever state what my camera settings are because I'd like to think that the photo was the result of my knowledge and experiences and not because of how much money I spent on my camera or how many megapixels it has. Which is always what people want to know. So are you less of a photographer for letting your camera do some of the work? What do you guys think?
Here's the short article