Okay. I just read an article and saw a video of this new tool that is available to photographers to streamline our DIGITAL workflow using ANALOG devices. (see link below) This raised a curious thought in my mind about my industry and the shifts that are happening within it. It also made me think about trends and how they seem to spin right back around one way or another.
Photography started out as something of a magical profession. You had to know a little something about chemistry and compounds. You had to be a little more learned than the next guy and maybe have deeper pockets to get in the game. You were quite literally the person that eluded the minds of the average joe. You were equipped with a skill set that set you apart from the rest because you knew how to manipulate elements, freeze time, and put it in someones hands. It was time consuming and patient; it was expensive and heavy; it was the truth and a lie all at the same time.
As time rode on man and technology found a way to coax the secrets of this profession into submission. They found or made new chemicals, created new compounds, minimized the magic and placed it in many more
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