So, if all these people are just using camera filter apps and cell phones, and things like that, and their photos are just as good as the people at the top? Well that means that the people at the top needs to learn to adapt, or something big is going to happen. A huge shift. The thing is, amateur photography is never been more easy, and we’ve never been at a time when people are so free to express themselves, and a lot of people are taking advantage of that people photography, specifically with something like a cell phone, and some editing apps, is maybe one of the easiest ways of expressing oneself. Not say the photography is difficult, it is a craft and a scale, and requires a lot of time and patience to get good at. However, it is different than something like guitar or carpentry, because the skills that you learn at the beginning can still give you some more media gratification. If you are to be learning how to play an instrument, for example, it would be a whole different story. Besides, I don’t see why anything should be threatening to anyone in this sort of sense. Like I said if you don’t think that you can rise to the occasion, it’s time for you to get bumped off the pedestal. One of the most ironic things in a capitalist system, how the people who achieved greatness think that they no longer have to achieve greatness to earn what they are earned by achieving greatness. Does that make sense? I think it’s pretty interesting. It’s also something that I’ve just continued to observe over the years. I mean, I don’t see anything wrong with a high level of amateurism. I love it. Big fan of the movement.