Nope - the inkjet printers permit you to work entirely in the light, so there is less need for specialized locations and staff.
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
But the inkjet processes are more expensive to run then moderate volume photographic paper processes, so there is less room for profit in competitive marketplaces.
And Kodak and Fuji continue to improve the photographic paper product regularly.
B & H has over 40 different sizes and types of rolls of colour photographic paper - in Kodak alone.
And there are a lot of other options in Fuji and other brands as well.
Originally Posted by MattKing
I don't mean to make anyone jealous :whistling: but I have 73 rolls of 120 astia in the freezer just itching to be shot......