Digital imaging is the next,
logical extension of the same type of camera and darkroom techniques
that photographers have been using for 150 years. The tools used for
digital imaging may appear to be different, but they are no more of
a radical change than what late 19th century daguerreotypists encountered
when they switched from silver plated copper sheets to glass plate negatives.
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