Probably shouldn't say stuff like this, so I'll just bury it here where no one will read it.
"It rankles when critics and other influential individuals who are non-photographers hold up certain photographic images as being definitive and certain photographers as being the most significant, and while doing so ignore others more capable and with more to say who really ought not be ignored. And those who are incapable of forming their own views tend to listen to these people in order to find out what is good, what is important, what they should be buying for their walls and collections. It is the equivalent of appointing the tone deaf as music critics."
Photography Matters II