Before I go on let me explain something. Yesterday something happened to make me realize my shooting days are numbered and the number isn't very large. So when I came home I was depressed of course. Being depressed cripples some people. Me it made reassess my thinking. Not just about myself but the effect I have on other people. So I decided that I should try to make amends for some of the BS I inflicted on people. Having been a professional (debatable) photographer for thirty plus years. Having sent my daughter to a private school with the proceeds and made a reasonable life for myself and family from my camera, does not make me an authority on anything. Photographic or otherwise. Not that alone. Okay maybe I picked up a few things along the way, but they aren't worth more just because I sold pictures. Some of the people here have less or no time selling pictures and do a hell of a lot better job than I ever did. So when someone says, "Hey listen to me I'm a pro." That in and of itself is not a reason to believe he knows what he is talking about. One of my big time heros Edward Weston struggled to make his car payments and I couldn't load his film holders. So the next time you hear me say, "I did this a lot of years," I want you to say, "So what that don't make you right fatboy." Now I might say, I know this works from experience. That isnt the same as "trust me I'm a pro."