I think that the game of Photography is evolving, and it’s hard to know what it is evolving into, but that this trend will continue in significance in to Future Generations, rather than take a step backwards. Yes, I do think that the significance of photo filter applications and other such things are actually this consequential and will continue to be so period that’s just my opinion, of course it is all based on speculation and nothing other than speculation, but I don’t think that it is very absurd, is it? To say that the fact that amateur photographers, or people who are just picking up photography, can you use the thing in their pocket, and a great photo filter editing app or something of the sort, to create images that look akin to what a professional takes? I think that that is something totally unprecedented. For sure it is and, I should also say, that if you’re not practicing this, why not? On that you have a smartphone with a pretty good camera. I could recommend a great photo filter and editing app for you that would allow you to practice your craft that you can make money off of. There are some extremely credible apps. These apps of photo filter capabilities, but they also allow you to post your photos to a privatized market. So, it’s kind of like Instagram, except for the fact that people come to the site and search through the keywords that they are looking for, and we’ll by photographs. The website, or the app, actually takes half of this, but I don’t think that’s unreasonable considering the fact that Instagram never pays you. I mean, is that not something that should be interesting to you? If you’re going to post something on Instagram, you may as well posted on an app like this as well, unless you really care about holding the intellectual property to that photo for the rest of its life, and your life. But, for most of us, that’s not a major care. I know for me, I wouldn’t mind selling my images, other than may be extremely personal ones. But, maybe I’m alone in that.