Evening everyone, With all of the changes the digital age has brought us I've started thinking about what is a more profitable way to go about photography these days. Newspapers seem to be fading and I wonder if they will still be printed 10 years from now. Is stock photography still a viable business model for the independent photographer? I've never worked that street before and at least during the film days it seemed to be a more or less profitable endeavor as long as one kept their eyes open. These days though it seems like there is sharp operator on every street corner looking to grab any image that suites their purpose and use it for free. I imagine my outlook is a bit jaded as I get a little older but is stock photography worth the bother now? Rick H.