Well, see, you assume that I know nothing about ink jet printing or how to use Photoshop, as usual your assumption is wrong.
You claimed that 'learning to control real photographic materials is harder".
I'm asking you how you know.
Show me the credentials. In fact, show me credentials that demonstrate that you actually, via first hand experience, are familiar with the difficulty of learning of both traditional photographic materials, and digital photographic materialsl.
Have you been teaching how to use both? Have you been using both, extensively, to produce work for public display? Have you produced a considerable quantity of work using both (Let's be charitable and call 'considerable quantity' something on the order of hundreds of prints which you'd be willing to hang in a public show. Or, if you prefer, several years of hanging shows with work done both traditionally and digitally.
I await your exibition record and credentials.