First off I don't want anyone to start arguing digital vs. film or old vs. new. Or for people to go on about their bitter hatred toward digital or how it has ruined t hings.... Or how much you hate the skinny fashion models. I want to peacefully discuss this. If you are not interested in doing so please move on! N ow then.... Has technology and technique been so highly refined that photography has practically r eached its crescendo of capability? With the ability of Photoshop CS, 11megapixel D slrs, Digital MF backs, Lighting advances, etc... The abillity to make a "Perfect image" i s here. Whether it be a true one or not. If you have the necessary tools (artistically and e quip wise) at least. Not that I do, or those reading this do but... Take fashion p hotography for instance... Please go to Sarahsilver.com and look at h er Beauty Section. Dial up users beware it may take a minute to load! How can you get better than that? In what she was going for. The sharpness, the colors, the light... Sure she has make-up artists, stylists, and such. Certainly they don't get the credit they deserve because they are attached to an ad for g ucci or some other sweatshop clothing corporation (which I can understand) but all c lothing aside these are incredible images. There are so many great photographers that h ave all the resources and they are setting the pace with the new tools in creative r epresentations of human beings in abstract form. Go to Michel Tcherevkoffs page and to t he People Section. Some of the ads this guy has done are certainly artistic. It seems h ard to be revolutionary anymore. It is harder to get noticed and "Stand apart from the c rowd" now than ever before. What baffled people in the past seems like old hap with t he capabilities of today. The possibilities are endless. Any thoughts?