Time Marches On
When I started photography as a high school student processing my own 35mm film in stainless steel tanks by hand, I never imagined anything more maverick than perhaps having a lab process dozens of rolls of film at a time. I never imagined people would make images in their cameras without film. I had not foreseen the digital world. More than forty years later, our local camera store told me I was the only one still working in a wet darkroom with chemicals, that everyone else had moved over into the digital realm.