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Several articles and events have come across my email inbox the last week. One of which is the announcement that Kodak's online gallery for consumers to store and buy prints will close on July 2nd. The photos and services will go to Shutterfly on that date. It seems that film photography is fading quicker now, as the digital camera and technology has become larger in camera sales and use. Yes, there are some photographers who still shoot film, though those numbers are becoming less every month. With the mirrorless DSLR and video advances, the DSLR continues to change more often. With these changes taking place there are several challenges for photographers? Do you buy the newest camera in order to stay "current"? Do you have to learn and embrace HDR, 1080 video? Can you only create still images and remain competitive? Or will you need to learn how to create and edit videos along with still images? Will you also have to spend more for computer, storage, and software? What are your thoughts and feelings about DSLRs changing to HDR, video, and mirrorless sensors? Or would you prefer some stability in the photography changes occurring?