I'm a 55 year old disabled with RA male who has gone back to school for my Associates Degree in Photography...I'm currently in the 2nd semester of 4 (a 2 year degree) and thinking of calling it a day. In the first semester we worked on alot of B&W 35mm film shots, and the darkroom was a great experience. However, in this semester aside from a few 120 film projects we've been all DSLR. Herein is my prob...I'm having big issues with using CS6 and the fact that all of our photos have to be "doctored" or "manipulated" before we hand them in to be graded. What ever happened to a photo standing on its own merit? Imo when you know you have CS6 or LR4 waiting in the wings you don't have to pay near as much attention to detail as you would if you didn't have it...perhaps that's why I enjoyed film so much. To be honest...I don't know how people could put their name on something and call it a picture THEY shot when it was layered to death. That bothers me so much Ive been handing my projects in as they are and not using CS6 at all. I'm so digusted with it all that after this semester I will be leaving school and dropping my aspirations of getting that degree...I'm just going to stick to B&W film...it really appealed to me very much. I did subscribe to the Creative Cloud but I'm going to try and cancel it...I know I have a few days to do it. In my photos I want people to see what I saw when I took it...not something faked and manipulated. Happy snapping!!!