Yesterday I was at a coffee house and noticed their apple tree was in bloom. I whipped out my camera and took a quick shot. I probably won't use it for anything, just a nice picture of apple blossoms. About 5 minutes later, a grandma with a point and shoot grabbed her camera out of her purse and took pictures of the same apple blossoms. In this day and age, where EVERYONE has a camera and easy access to the web, printing, and book making, what sets the professionals apart? I'm sure Grandma took a nice picture and most point and shoots are decent quality - at least 6 megapixels. Let's say she wanted to sell that shot. Am I now in competition with every old lady and kid with a digital camera? How do you rise above and set yourself apart?