I don't see that it matters.
Originally Posted by Soeren
Clearly, her interest was in taking the photos, and she was good at it. A lot of great photographers have assistants who do all of their photochemical work. That doesn't diminish the value of their work.
For Meier, being a poor lodger for most of her life, it wasn't an option to have a darkroom or asisstants.
I got the impression that a lot of her undeveloped material was chromes, presumably because it was more expensive to develop.
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