16 Sep, 2008 | Posted by: photosource




NOT LONG FOR THIS WORLD? -- Bill Groethe's Last Stand for film photography. Rapid City man worries about future of film, preserving history. A photograph captures a split second in time, but a film negative can let that moment endure for decades. That's why Bill Groethe prefers film to digital. “Photographers who rely on digital are losing history every time a memory card is erased, Groethe said. "We're still printing from 80-year film," he said during an interview at his business, 1st Photo and Trails End Gallery at 1839 W. Main St.
http://www.bhpioneer.com/articles/2008/09/03/breaking_news/doc48bed7d388167304199969.txt


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