Quote Originally Posted by bo eder View Post
And my stance is that I'm trying to get away from working at the computer altogether.
I think a lot of the digital users who claim that the film costs are far higher than the digital post processing are failing to put a monetary value on the time they spend doing it.

In my father's day when he was a semi-pro wedding photographer it seemed really easy to send your films in for processing, receive negatives and a set of 5x7 proofs then take re-print orders which the lab printed.

I'm not a wedding photographer but the two weddings I have done were done this way.

As for time spent at the computer - That's why I went back to film after a brief flirtation with a Nikon D100.