History & Future of the dSLR

Started Jun 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
John Cerra2
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Re: The Sheep say "Baaaahhhh"
In reply to MarkJH, Jun 14, 2013

I think the Sun Times decision tells you more about the current state of economics for a newspaper, and not where photography is going.  Since the advent of the internet, the printed ink newspaper has been the relic as newspapers moved their content to an electronic format.  Cheap fast bandwidth brings video into the mix, you could never do that with a printed paper.  So guess what...written stories get smaller too, when the story can be delivered like a tv news show.

It does diminshed the demand for photographers, who can take that stunning front page shot. It does not spell the end of photography.

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Currently shooting aD300s, a D200, D70 and N50. Have a 'F.'
Also shooting with Konica 35mm SLRS (T3 and FT-1) with numerous Hexanon Lenses. Printer: Canon i9900.

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