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The business of photography has become tougher every year and this is not just down to the financial crisis. Everyone now considers themselves a photographer, even though they have no idea of the market they are dabbling in. This has destroyed business for the professionals and many can not survive and make an honest living. I have reverted to taking images for myself only and have to tend to a day job in order to continue my photography. This is the space I share my images, gripes and experiences.

Sunday, 4 April 2010


I finally got round to developing my rather large collection of exposed b&w film. Most of it is 35mm so it was not really a problem, just a bit messy to start with as I am a little out of practice.

I managed to shift 17 rolls from exposed state to fixed silver halide film strips...all are 36 exposures long. That will take me ages to scan.
I spent most of the day feeding film strips into my scanner. I have never done anything more boring in my life!!! No wonder labs charge a fortune for doing the job.

I guess I will be scanning for the next few days... then editing... then retouching...
I need to get a life!

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