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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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