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For decades photographers have spent hours hunching over enlargers making every possible aspect of their work into the perfect print Burning dodging setting filters and using dozens of pieces of printing paper to show the world as they see it As we prepared for the millennium digital cameras made their way into the art of photography with no film to develop and the ability to preview pictures instantly right in the field For years photographers have used Polaroid cameras to preview the picture before taking it on 35mm film and now with digital cameras the photographer can delete unsatisfactory shots with the touch of a button The biggest selling point of digital cameras is convenience You can get a digital image quickly and conveniently without the need to develop film But there are photographers who see the dark room as where the real magic happens Some photographers like Mr Farley of the HCCC photography program feels that it takes the romance out of photography Others feel it is less hands on Rory Christensen a Photography major put it this way There is just something magical about the dark room It has a special feeling of creation that is simply not present with the digital process Of course there are undoubtedly those who crouch over a computer screen for hours trying to get their image to perfection and working just as hard Which brings it to an almost old school versus new school in the photography world more Although many photographers use other forms of making prints digital photographic technology is on the rise and it seems the darkroom may become less frequently used as a form of printing The ability to
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