There has been some discussion on the sportshooter forum about whether a magazine that spotlights the work of pro photographers should be featuring the work of amateurs already famous for other kinds of work. Here are my thoughts on that subject: In the case of Bryan Adams, he is in fact a pro photographer, as well as a musician. (He spends about half his time on tour, the rest working on photo assignments.) But the bigger point is that we have always celebrated all kinds of photography, not only the work pros. I think it's fantastic that so many rockers are also avid photographers. As you'll see in our issue, there may even be a creative connection between music and photography. Your thoughts?