It's tough to predict the fickle art market. But I would think that handmade prints from negatives will hold it's value better than digital photographs. All it would take to spoil a fine art photographer's value is to have a digital file and print up more Giclee' prints. Yes analog methods can be counterfeited to, but it's much tougher. My girlfriend and I were at a gallery looking at Giclee' prints and asked me what it is. I said "inkjet". She was surprised. She expected something complicated explanation like the Fresson process which is somewhat a secret.