Here is a little note on the state of amateur and professional Photography, aimed at the so-called “professionals”–If somebody who has less than you manages to be better than you at something, they should have the chance to move forward with that as well. Just because you are coming into something with more than somebody else, does not mean that you deserve it more than them, and vice-versa. Really, it’s all a question of merit, and the more people that have access to more technology and tools, like photographic devices and filters, the quicker we can figure out who should be doing that kind of work and who wants to be doing that kind of work and who wants to be putting that kind of artistic and professional, and Commercial, content onto the scene. Yes, I think that this is a super important development in the history of technology and photography and all other such things. Because photography isn’t just for the sake of photography. Photography is an incredibly commercial institution, and it is one that has a huge need. It always did, but with the rise of web content, it is for coming true that the saturation of advertisements and promotions us at a higher level than ever before. Each of these people and institutions wants to stand out from each other, and one way of doing so is having very solid graphic design. A lot of great graphic design is dependent on great source photography. In my opinion, this is true, and this is why photography has stayed relevant, even though certain things like magazines and newspapers have faded away, with a lot of their jobs going with them.