Yes, very good and thanks to Ilford/Harman for all they do. But! (there is allways one but )
This paper (or this kind of papers, which promote positive words about analoug photograhy) should be spread much more instead having them only on "specialized" places, like manufacturers web sites or APUG or expencive "photo arty" magazines or like.
For example, only one "good" amateur photo magazine available in former Yougoslavia (written on language speaking in this area, about 25 millions of people) countries have in every issue atleast one, if not more, article which begins like "Having in mind that analoug photography is history/dead/not exsists anymore (whatever you want)". I am sure many readers of that magazine do not visit Ilford photo web site and do not read that paper. They read magazine artice, and because of it not even think about getting into analoug if they are begginers, or continue to work analogue if they are not really inlove with analogue. I don't know if this is situation in other magazines in World. Maybe big advetizers make "blackmails" to magazine(s). If someone tells good things about analogue, that confront with ads of digi tools from those advertizers, and thus those advertizers will not place expencive ads into magazines which promote analoug, or atleast not try to "kill" it.
There should be a way to spread those kind of words like we read in this Ilford paper to wider audience.
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