he also said its gotta be a fun class ..
Originally Posted by David Lyga
if it is a fun class, and they have a way to process and (whatever ) their film
then they might stick with it, so i guess it is exactly what you are hoping for.
the main problem i see is that without a way to process film ( or paper negatives ) it is not likely that someone will continue to do wet photography.
not all people want a darkroom or have a way to process film, labs are closing down left and right, drug stores no longer process ...
its as if what eastman started in 1884 had a long long run, but is almost stopped, and it is just home processors that will keep things alive ... ( like pre 1884 )
so if it is fun then maybe it will create the want to continue ... if it is not a fun class, and just something to dread, well, i think the electric thing wins ...