From: jamesromeo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 10/27/02-10:31:32 PM Z
I do not spend the time working in the darkroom I did for many years.
Yes I now spend more time on my but with photoshop. But I spent 5 hours
today in the woods tripod backpack 2 cameras.
Taking the work is still physically challenging.
> Actually, Sandy has a point. Being on one's feet all day is probably
> much healthier than sitting in front of a computer, at least it was when
> I was working in the darkroom compared to software development. Not
> exactly physically challenging, but still exercise.
> FDanB@aol.com wrote:
>> Sandy said in his message...
>>> 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.
>> Oh yeah, just the thought of turning that film tank every 30 seconds gets
>> my heart pumping. For what it's worth, I did both cardio and resistance
>> workouts today, taking advantage of the time I would have spent
>> processing the 400+ images made in New Orleans this week...had they been
>> made with phylm.
>> Two sides to every coin.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.5 : 11/14/02-02:40:27 PM Z CST