Sunday Times Arts Editor Richard Brooks reports that one of Britain's most famous photographers Terry O'Neill has taken a swipe at the state of his profession, blaming digital cameras for distroying much of the art of portrait photography. "I refuse to use it," he said, "It's going to ruin photography. The problem with it is that the picture taker keeps on looking at what he's just done rather than look at the subject. These days the modern technology means you also don't have to be a real photographer. The eye and the feel of the stills photographer have gone." In February more than 100 of O'Neill's portraits will go on sale in the Chris Beetles gallery in London's Mayfair.