I try to be the type of person that tries not to be dogmatic but at the same time, try not to compromise on my personal values. As I get older, it's harder to keep a flexible and open mind. Photography has been my passion for over 40 years. I've grown to love photographers that I didn't care for when I was in my 20's. My taste has matured where I embrace new photographer's styles, processes, and new technology. I've had a darkroom for over 30 years and now I have little time to use it from being too busy. I still prefer silver gelatin prints over inkjet prints. A couple of weeks ago, I went to Paul Kitagaki's exhibition on Japanese internment during WWII. All the prints were done on an inkjet printer and they're just beautiful. Of course, I had slight criticism about how some of the prints were slightly cooler than others, but silver gelatin prints are like that too. This show changed my mind about digital prints. My brother was generous enough a few years back to give me a Canon Pro 100 printer. Most of the printing is for digital negs for alt processes and prints for friends and family. I never made any prints for myself and I would have never made any digital prints for exhibitions. I've known for years that galleries and museums do display digital prints. To make a long story short, I've changed my mind about digital prints but I still appreciate silver gelatin prints. Have any of you challenged your assumptions about photography lately?