who is still amazed at how many photos get taken indoors now (as compared to with film)Let's get personal.A decade ago, on a long trip, I would spend over $200 on film and film processing, not including photo albums and making some blow ups or duplicated for sharing or framing.Last long trip, I took more photos, bought a few batteries, burnt the pictures onto a DVD (about $1 for 4-5 copies), and emailed a few photos.Now there are other expenses—broadband,computer and peripherals, etc. (the camera equipment itself is cheaper), but these all have multiple uses .My much younger sisters, who are avid photographers, just post photos on line.
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