Interesting...I actually saw some of the photos included in his book, very well done and very emotional I think. While I can understand his point of view and can even agree with certain points, I wouldn't be so dramatic as to call our age the "post-photographic age." Like the interviewer said, we're still taking photos, be it analogue or digital, perhaps mostly digital, we're just doing it in a different way. We're still documenting our lives, arguably more so than 10 or 15 years ago, we're just going about it in a different way. We may be in a new photographic age, that much is clear, but it isn't a post-photographic age, that's for sure. I agree with StoneNYC, for better or worse, we're the dinosaurs, not the Instagrammers and DSLR users.