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    Well written and fun....and apparently all too true for the professional commercial photographer as well as the "artist".
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    A breath of fresh air, Tuck is doing a 360 degree turn not a 180 since He started with film

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    Great article. I really enjoyed it.

    Thank you for posting the link.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    I'm very glad you guys and gals enjoyed it.
    Best to each of you.

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    It is interesting that he wrote it first in 2007, but just recently added it to his blog.

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    I know Matt, I saw that as well but it may just prove he is "ahead" of his time. (as I see a big fad coming on) so that would mean we, were behind the times and by being stedfast we are ahead of our time.....

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    It was a very good read with some good comments at the end too. I totally agreed with this:
    I would add to those two points that my butt has spent too much quality time in the task chair in front of my computer and not nearly enough time out having fun.

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    What a nice read. Thanks for posting the link.

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    What a great article. So true!

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    Good article, and a good read. What Kirk talks about I have been hearing from many of my former advertising photography peers; many clients are asking for film, not digital. Maybe we have finally gotten to the point where both film and digital can coexist successfully, not with film being viewed as a slowly dying technology with it's respirator and feeding tube about to get pulled, but as an true and long term viable option when a non digital look, or non-digital methodology is best.

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