The Great Digital Chess Game

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Brick_Shooter_Pro Regular Member • Posts: 209
Re: what was so "pure" about photo chemistry?
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You seem to believe that photon striking a film and developed into negatives using toxic chemicals is somehow purer compared to what I would like to say?

I assume that you are happy that more people are taking pictures so imagine how much chemicals would be required to develop all of these captures.  Or, let me speculate here and make a guess that you believe most of the pictures taken today by 99.999999% of the people are rubbish, and they and the world would have been better off had they never attempted photography.

Photography is best left to those artists skilled enough and deserving and not the riff raff that are infesting our once beautiful and exclusive club.

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