So we have to do a project on photography. We decided to do past (Alexander Gardner) and about film Then present, about Photoshop and the digital age And lastly talking about about the future - My part - going on about video. and crazy quality the entry level slr can do. So my part of the future... so to start some discussion. My belief on it is the movie to video, and making the images bigger then 1080 and then doing 30fps. Then the photographer (myself being in sports) could just simply select the photo they want from that video instead of doing individual stills. While i believe still photography would still have its place, the video would take over it quite a bit. Not to mention that the Entry level like the T2i shows that the ISO is getting to be a huge thing, as well the 18mp is insane. While uneducated people think mp is everything this can make competition level elevated. But the real kicker is that the iso is so crazy high that the need for 300mm f/2.8 could be lowered since the consumers at say outdoor sports can certainly survive on their stock lens. Now yes the quality may not be a big thing, but really, prints have dropped off and more website photos are needed. The other issue would be DOF, this would be the only reason why going high end (yes USM is needed, and overall contrast, but Photoshop can help too) So simply put low end are catching up and are going to be bigger pain for real photographers. Not to mention it seems everyone is a photographer these days. PLEASE NOTE I’m just spit balling here to engage some points or get some thoughts started. Anyways what your thoughts to this? Where do you think the photography live is going?