I don't care what anyone says-I've never had it better.I'm paying less for film now than I did in the 90's.Equipment has become affordable-I've got all kinds of equipment now that I could only wish I had back then,and I can read and learn about printing and processing online,whereas before I was on my own.Let's enjoy it!
i don't know ...
there were a ton of movies made back in the early days :)
does movie film count ?
I believe the biggest year for film sales was actually 1989 :
You cannot compare the state of the market, as AGX says, before then everyone was growing after that everyone was declining, also we ( HARMAN ) look only at monochrome which was always 'tiny' by volume compared to the colour 35mm market.
Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
And yes in a way this still is a golden film time, don't forget PanF Rudeofus;)
Well, Agfa got rid of their consumer film division, Kodak not. Look now who is the more successful company...Quote:
The Ilford management should have been an example to AGFA and Kodak.
Though the question remains how they got rid of that division.