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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    wondering nowadays still able to find retourchers do retouching on film or not..
    Even China countryside studios are all digital nowadays... I think very hard to find...

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    wondering nowadays still able to find retourchers do retouching on film or not..
    Doubtfull....perhaps digital has over whelmed old school of doing things in photography. Even Kodak have to
    surrender and admit defeat.
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    Wonder why?

    During their film days, their process was so slow that it took them 3 months to deliver a family portrait.
    Looks like hasn't changed much... Still at least 2-month wait or more to receive framed photos.

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    The digital era has now over taken the analoque era be it film (photography,movies) and sound (vinyl).It's reality.
    One needs to follow or fall back behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kandinsky View Post
    Looks like hasn't changed much... Still at least 2-month wait or more to receive framed photos.
    deliver quality stuffs need take longer time to process, can't be any faster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeisser View Post
    Doubtfull....perhaps digital has over whelmed old school of doing things in photography. Even Kodak have to
    surrender and admit defeat.
    yeah..
    still remember during film day we have a genre call "Special Effect"? professional photographers spending thousands and thousands on all the gadgets, and very long hours just to create the shots

    nowadays have photoshop, even secondary school boi or girl can do those impossible tasks with a computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    deliver quality stuffs need take longer time to process, can't be any faster.
    True lah, I also take at least 2 months to deliver a photo book

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    Quote Originally Posted by kandinsky View Post

    Looks like hasn't changed much... Still at least 2-month wait or more to receive framed photos.
    Ours took 3.5 months. One picrure on vanvas

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