Art, I own most of the archival film for the immediate area, so business should stay good. I always say that the "meat and potatoes" provided by the aerial photography makes it possible for me to take on "regular" photographers at a very reasonable price, well, okay, the ease of my equipment also makes my job easier than just about anywhere else which also keeps the price down.

My goal is to be the last standing LF&ULF ANALOG shop in Idaho, and maybe the entire NW. And having cameras that can print 36"x48" from a regular 400ASA 35mm neg, should keep me way ahead of the usual pack.