After decades of print film cameras, I entered the digital age a few years ago with the purchase of a small family digital camera. Its electronic sensor brought wonderful sky blues and a subtle cast of supporting colors. And images you could see immediately! With Photoshop came control over color editing, which brought -- color by color -- new control over the tonal ranges in black and white photographs. Along with a large format inkjet printer came larger prints and papers with traditional glossy appearances and others with the look and feel of watercolor paintings. These new electronic images could be shared with friends, professionals and galleries in the blink of an eye over the internet. And as a bonus, computer monitors displayed these digital images in a new way, as backlit slides, bringing life to sunsets and water droplets, and light to a friend's eyes. Please look around.