My Second Stamp, i still keep it simple and clean.
The Idea behind it is based on the whole "your camera must be great", "i wish i had your camera". I seen brilliant shots with cheap cameras and really bad once with expensive. Equipment does matter, but it does not do the work for you, it is not magical.
*I am not mad at people asking me what i use, just think i should make a bit of phun based on it*
The last issue of American Photographer had a really interesting article about this point. The article showcased cell phone photographers and their photos. Yes, it's definitely the person behind the camera and not the equipment itself.
Your stamp is a perfect,, concise way to get the point across and I love the way you did "Magical" with the magical colors.
there should be magical cameras, with pixie dust shooting out everytime you take a picture...it also should have an off button for a close up shot of a person... pixie dust in your eye is not the most wonderful experience
Best stamp I have seen in a very long time!!!! It's really insulting to be told "Omg your camera is awesome, I wish I had your camera". I just tell people "It's not just the camera " I too have seen people with high end pro cameras that I can only dream of that take crap shots. I always say "the camera is only as good as the skills of the photographer"
I've read a story about a woman, who said to a photographer: "Your shots are beautiful! You must have a very good camera!" When the photographer came to her for dinner the next day, he said "Your dishes are delicious! You must have a very good stove!"