Yesterday Peter Fraser came to my university to give a talk on his past photographic bodies and some hints to the future of his work. If anyones interested in idea of found or over looked objects, images that would be classed as conceptual, you should take a look at his site. He talked about his time staying with W.Eggleston, and his influence upon his photography. He talked briefly about colour photography in the early 80's and how it was viewed as a niche market ect. On his future work he spoke about incorporating digital methods, in particular switching from C type prints to pigment printers. When asked why, he spoke of a recent meeting he had with a group of collectors claiming that the market for fine art collectors had been advised to purchase pigment ink created images instead of traditional paper. I dont intend this as a 'digital is taking over' post, I was just wondering if theres anyone out there that could give any reasons why this might be the case? Paul.