Blansky is very insightful. People used to hire photographers because they can focus and expose a piece of film and knows the ins and outs of analog film. Digital democratized the mechanics of photography but not the art. It takes time to develop an eye for lighting. No photoshop filter, no digital camera gizmo can substitue a good eye. So with that in mind, how are photo schools preparing the next generation of pros? Is it still relevant for Brooks to teach H&D curves?