I don't do any digital but, when I see anti-digital arguments spoken in absolutes ("it's all garbage"), I can't help but dismiss it. That sort of arrogance does nothing to promote traditional methods. The (small d) democratization of image making has been enhanced by digital possibilities. There may be more "garbage" created but, on balance, I think there's been more positive than negative. For example, a hybrid workflow has allowed a rediscovery of contact printing processes. Digital may actually save some historic processes from the dustbin of history.