I think today, photography now has these master photographers that create amazing work and we all try match or better their work in the path to being on top. I know, I have sat down recently trying to get the Dave Hill look and Joel grimes look and its driving me nuts. On the flipside I just watched a NatGeo doco on 'Behind the Photo', which showed a photographer in a war torn country photographing the horrors and heartbreak of war. His photos weren't like Hill or Grimes, they were RAW images of people suffering and struggling for their lives, the images made the viewer think, cry and create an overwhelming level of respect for what they are seeing. So, is photography about the crisp, post processed look that is the rave at the moment or is it more than that? Does a photo need to go through the complex process of post processing to be a great photo?