I know in the past there have been a ton of threads about how the bar has really been lowered in quality since the invention of the DSLR and how every mom w/ a camera is now a "pro" and doing weddings, bridals, seniors, babies, etc. I'm thinking that with digital processing though, that perhaps the bar is higher for the real pro though? I wasn't shooting seriously with film in the past so I'm not sure how much work a pro would do to each image in the darkroom. I would wager though that now with photoshop, there is a much higher percentage of folks editing a much larger percentage of their images by their client. How many old pros would weigh in on that position? I was just thinking today about the wedding photog we used 15 years ago. How many pros just went out w/ a dozen rolls of film, shot to the best of their ability, then sent it to the lab and that was it? In comparison, I would estimate that most pros today would at least batch process/tweak 85% of their images before getting it to the client. So I'm curious to hear from you folks who have been in the business for 15+ years and have seen both eras. Was it simpler times in film, or no change?