Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Pixel View Post
That's surprising, most mags are always looking for good fact based content. They don't write opinion based criticisms of digital imaging touting analog, do they? I doubt there is much market for that sort of article. I would think an up-beat article discussing the fun of shooting analog and telling people how to get involved would sell.
Analog is a small part of the market now but remember that the UK markets also smaller than the US. The magazine I'm alluding to is trying to have a more digital bias despite a high proportion of its readers using nanalog. So when an analog photographer is featured they run an article on how to get similar results using digital and no mention of film.