So, there is a lot of angst from the more privileged and pretentious photography communities against camera filter apps and those who use them; namely, amateur photographers. Now, obviously, professionals would be less threatened if there was nobody biting at their ankles or heels, but that’s not how things work. And, if things were easier, people have become complacent. Now, I may seem like a bit of a conspiracy theorist or something like that, but these are things I actually believed to be true. Like, full-on. I really do believe that this type of camera filter technology that allows people to transform their cell phone photos into something special is, just that, something special. And I don’t believe that it is all the filter, either. I’ve used many camera filter in my day, and I can honestly tell you that it is not easy to make a photo look special on one of those amps. It takes a skill within itself, and also takes skill on the part of the photographer taking the original photo. Trust me, yeah you still have to know what you’re doing. It’s not like, just because you have some cool apps, you’re automatically getting award-winning photographs. I just don’t see why it is acceptable for people to complain about resourcefulness. Resourcefulness is absolutely essential, and it creates so much efficiency… It is what keeps the economy in the state of progress rather than stalling. Without resourceful this people would never learn do more than with less, and we would be stuck with all the same old inefficiencies.