Absolutely, Chris, for real art photography I think; although obviously some are going digital in their pomo mode...
But then, I still think real photography, of the kind I would go to an art gallery to admire, is black & white <g>....
So last century....
On 2011-03-29, at 11:05 PM, Christopher C Jones wrote:
> On Sun, 2011-03-27 at 09:43 -0600, Douglas Barbour wrote:
>> That's hard,
> When I think it through, the best thing to do is keep at it, keep
> building portfolios. Keep loading film, even if I don't have the dollars
> to process the raw materials and they live in my fridge.
> It cost $30 to develop a roll of colour medium format film. But, here,
> film is still considered the very top end and best available and I am in
> Aust, where the best labs in the world are only a 90 minute flight and
> cab rides away. (LA, takes 11 hours, excluding cabs. And LA still comes
> have chronic fatigue syndrome so may be delayed in reply or brain fog weird
> just to let you know that's all, Chris Jones.
> Blog: http://abdevpoetics.blogspot.com/
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Just a late night pilgrim
Looking for redemption in the underground.
Lord, won't you help a late night pilgrim
When the morning comes around.