John, maybe I didn't explain myself very well. I was speaking about "my perspective". And I am acknowledging that my perspective is in the minority. Naturally, I would like more members to agree with my approach, I think that is natural; but in the end, it doesn't matter. Perhaps I chose an inappropriate term. I simply wanted to catagorise those who prefer less post-processing, those whose approach to photography is, where possible, to go with the "pure" captured image. This is an understandable approach to photography, particularly where the objective is to obtain an image that represents an actual scene. This is paramount when, for example, doing wildlife photography. However, I've tried to explain that this is not my objective. I think of my style of photography more as an art rather than a scientific tool. Couldn't have said it better, John. "Viva la difference!"