From: Sandy King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 10/27/02-07:01:21 PM Z
>Nevertheless, if you compared the environmental impact of a lifetime
>of using either digital or traditional, digital would come out on
>top. It also seems reasonable to assume that headway will be made in
>digital equipment manufacturing that will make it cleaner.
>Traditional could make similiar process. There are no easy solutions
>to this aspect of photography.
If the ultimate issue is the health of the user I would question your
conclusion. I suspect that virtually all people who are deeply
involved in digital photography spend many hours on their rear end in
front of the computer, and because of this many neglect the health
benefits of the good exercise we get in wet processing, which by
necessity involves a lot of movement. What is the environmental
impact of a lifetime of sitting on your rear end and watching it get
bigger and bigger?
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