Look around you, how many cameras are in your immediate vicinity? For me it’s six (my office is also the studio, so it’s kind of a loaded question), but for most people it’s at least two. You probably have one in your phone, one in your computer, maybe even a point and shoot kicking about at your desk. When everyone has access to cameras nowadays, why would you need to go out and buy a $1000 DSLR? The simple answer is, you don’t.
So in the new world of digital photography, there is a constant evolution of shooting, editing, and styles that can be created through different software and techniques. This evolution encourages and pushes photographers like myself to constantly explore the boundaries and possibilities of this new world.
As a professional photographer who started in the industry shooting with film, I’m often asked what my stance is on digital photography. Do I believe that it is ruining the art? There are purest that are so against it and against what you can do and how you can do it.