No matter what generation we come from, we will face challenges, and I think that the success of any person is to draw lines on what the value is of their work, and to demand that for it. And to educate those who are trying to get it for less: Why does it cost that? In our environment now, compared to then, was that in the 70s, 80s, and even the 90s, photographers met with photo editors and art directors, and there was a very human connection. Now so much is, email, look at it online, that it becomes easier for them as human beings, the person who allocates income, to not see others as human beings. And for me, that’s the challenge. How can you make yourself a human being to them, and them to you? How can you not fall prey to the mindset that even though Jim and Joe and Sally and Khalil are giving it for free, that you don’t go along with that. You have enough self-esteem to put a value on who you are and what you create.