Tuesday, October 2, 2007

sad reality

from the new yorker article i read today:

The jury is out, but one thing is for sure: film is dwindling into a minority taste, upheld largely by professionals and stubborn, nostalgic perfectionists. Nikon now offers twenty-two digital models, for instance, while the "wide array of SLR film cameras," as promised on its Web site, numbers precisely two.

1 comment:

M.M.E. said...

That's just not right. My boyfriend is totally old school. He owns cameras from the 1910s and later. He's even contemplating turning the bathroom in his small apartment into a darkroom. I told him he just has to keep his bathroom safe for me to use. I don't want to get acid burns from the toilet. :)