XKCD adroitly skewers the tendency of photographers to overlook content and see only technique (style, too, sometimes). There oughta be a name for that.
(Thanks to Charlie and several others)
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Featured Comment by Dennis: "Reminds me of that Nikon ad from the '90s. It shows the famous grainy photo purported to be the Loch Ness monster and reads: 'Some people see a monster. We see improper metering, poor lens selection, and a total lack of composition.'"