Future of Photography’s Past

Future of Photography’s Past
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In the past several years we have seen an explosion of digital photography. The quality of digital cameras has gone up and cost has come down. Imaging has and likely...

Guy Brighton
  • 13 february 2006

In the past several years we have seen an explosion of digital photography. The quality of digital cameras has gone up and cost has come down. Imaging has and likely will get increasingly better. The convenience alone is enough for most to abandon film. There have been predictions for a long time that film is dieing, dead and obsolete. A solid sign of the current trend is a recent announcement by the benchmark camera company Nikon that it would no longer make most of its film cameras. However, while the nature of how film is used and what it is being used for is evolving, it is far from dead.

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