Gibson: When I started, back in the '80s, we all shot color slide film and were very limited by the ISO speed of each film type (Kodachrome 64 and 200 being my favorites). Plus, it was all manual back then, no autofocus — no auto anything, in fact. It was damn hard manually focusing on a fish in rough water, and the exposures were tricky as well. So a well-composed, tack-sharp jumping-fish image always made my toes tingle, especially when I was at the light table a week after I returned from a long shoot. Today's digital cameras focus and track so well and so fast that pretty much anyone can create stunning images — which, as my eyes continue to age, can't hurt one bit.