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#1 captainjamestkirk

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 10:03 AM

Just a quick hello - guaranteed you will recognize my posts seeking help with "issues"

I've spent the last twenty-nine years in the photography industry from behind the camera.
Indeed there have been industry changes and indeed the economy has not helped that situation in the smaller metropolitan areas.

Regarding industry changes a similar thing happened, I am told, when Kodak wanted to change media from glass plates to film - the professionals balked so the Company brought the new technology to the people. Kind of ironic mirroring the early days of digital but we all know how that played out. The truly interesting point to note here is - Kodak actually invented the digital camera back in 1975.

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Just a die-hard fan that is also married to a blue blood Trekkie.

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Posted 06 November 2011 - 06:57 PM

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