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    For me it varies depending on the subject matter (and intended purpose) from the same day to never. I even set out sometimes to shoot b/w negs knowing that I will probably never print them because they are record shots of places or events. That category effectively sit in my archive where my flawless indexing system allows me to go straight to them (yeah! Right........) if ever I need to make a print.
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    usually 6 month to years, but it depends. A photo taken of a friend or his/her children will be printed quickly as will some late negatives for exhibition etc.

    I guess that average 'printing lag' is in years, though.

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    Depends how cute the girl is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    Depends how cute the girl is!
    I agree!

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    I miss newspaper days... I would shoot a basketball or football game and have the film developed and printed within an hour of when I made the exposure.

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