Chances are you won't notice a significant difference. I heard about this story from a person who works in the commercial photography world, and while he was obviously a little dismayed to hear the news, it only confirms what he says he's known for quite some time--that in general, jobs for photographers are drying up. I always imagined that, in a broader sense, photography would never really have to regard digital technologies as any kind of "threat," in the same way that, for a while, the music industry floundered with the spread of MP3s. After all, screens are a perfectly good way to distribute photographs. But it seems like I miscalculated: it's not photographsm, but images that are part and parcel of the digital world. IKEA's obviously not about to stop using images for its catalogs, but the way they're generated is going to change. I'd be surprised if this trend doesn't appear more broadly over the next few years.