Re: [Churchcrawling] Re: Film
> Perhaps if you kept your photographs and actually looked at them thenPut you little claws away, you might get them caught in your diji
> you would become a better photographer.
- I've never (well, hardly ever) used colour print film, only colour slide
film; I think that the gradual demise of this medium may well be where
the job losses in the big firms are occuring. Colour print D&P seems now
to be dealt with by idiot proof machines in various unlikely high street
I took my first digital digital photo 29/12/2000 (courtesy of Jessop's
sale!) and have done very little slide work since because:
(a) it now costs far too much, and
(b) the storage volume required (I have probably about 2 cubic metres
Digital photos are stored on the hard drive (in several directories to
assist finding them again), on CD-RWs for current use and also on CD-Rs
in another room as backup copies.
However, there is one drawback to digital: the cost of digital
projectors. Some societies now have these and schools, etc., usually do,
but when will someone produce a projector at a price for the private
user (and a quality worth having)! What happens to all the obsolete ones
when businesses buy new ones?