Agreed! I too am glad to have started out in photochemical days! But I love the ability to tell a story in a single image. For International Women’s Day I composed one image out of four unrelated ones made over a period of of twenty years. http://www.raphaelshevelev.com/photos/emergence-woman Perhaps “being there” is now at least as much about being present mentally and cerebrally as physically. I once told a dear friend, the daughter of Ansel Adams, that if her father were still alive, imagine all the things I could have taught him! I was only half joking. A poet friend looked at framed pictures in my house and said “Photoshop?” I sad “No, Cerebrum.” Having wonderful tools has increased my workload.