In a world in which photography has been reduced to a tiny commodity for one's iPhone or Facebook page, we do have to remind ourselves that good photography will outlast our little gadgets and stand the test of time. (Based on the ever-growing crack in my phone, that could be three minutes.) Good photographs--think of those incredibly durable pictures from grandma's wedding in 1932, the ones printed on fiber paper--are meant for the long haul. Our hard drives will fail, our Droid will get stolen, our Facebook identity will get stolen by some guy in Nigeria who's the long lost son of an oil baron with a secret stash of $16,000,000,000 U.S. But good photography should outlast us all.