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23-09-11, 02:57 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: North Herts
what about all the fun you get from processing the shot?
when I developed my own B&W stuff a large percentage of the enjoyment of getting a print in the end was the actual process it took to physically make the print, the development of the film, waiting to see it come out of the dev tank, all the work involved in getting the exposures right for the paper and then the fun of actually developing it and seeing it form before your eyes before pulling it out of the chemical trays.
The end result is a print or image, how you get there and how much time & enjoyment you spend on getting there is only important to the person making the image.
When you see a great print on the wall, not many people give a monkey's how it got there, but the photographer will know how much fun he had either taking it or processing it.
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