Technology is killing the photography industry!
No, my good friend. Technology is killing photography, but it keeps the photgraphy industry afloat. Indeed, photography was already dead in the 90's. In the 70's and early 80's people had nothing else to do. But in the late 80's and early 90's we've come to know computers, and most importantly computer games!
Today, it's still computers. I remember buying my first digital camera back in the mid-90's. I was so amazed, I quit shooting my film cameras, and I even ditched my Rollei Prego Micron, because I was so fond of digital.l Little did I know that my Rollei is sold for an average of $4oo on eBay these days... Stupid.
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