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View Poll Results: Do you shoot Film or Digital?
All Film 188 19.96%
Mostly Film, Some Digital 350 37.15%
All Digital 53 5.63%
Mostly Digital, Some Film 351 37.26%
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Old 11-23-2017   #201
GulfCoastPhotog
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Color 95% digital and B/W 95% film. But sadly the darkroom is just not all it use to be for me. My hands make it real hard to load film on the reels, I use to load film in a changing bag. The last batch of film ended up being sent out, plus the postage both ways makes that costly.

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