I belong to a BIG UNIVERSITY photo club. Just recently, the old topic of copyright protection came up. When I mentioned "print," the whole room went silent and people looked puzzled.
Also: Just last week attended a workshop on natural light wedding photography. The teacher, a successful (about $90k per year) wedding photographer in her early 30's never sells albums.
The point of these two anecdotes: Nikon's big 36MP sensor, and all the magic of the current generation of great lenses by Canon, Nikon, Sigma, and Tamron, is completely lost not only on the smartphone generation, but also on their parents and grandparents who see little screens as the only way of sharing images these days.
We are facing a world where books are for eccentrics, craft is for a tiny percentage of elite Hollywood and museum gallery erudites, and expensive dSLR's are for maniacs.
That said, I can tell you EVERY time I shoot an event or just happen to have my 5D3 with me, strangers comment on the quality of the camera, know the model, express envy...But they have learned that having a dSLR does not automatically produce the magical images they think they are entitled to, even if they have no clue about composition, lighting, etc, etc...