Back in the day, I considered myself a serious amateur photographer. I had a very well-developed system camera (actually more than one) and enough accessories to give most people a hernia if they tried to carry all of them at the same time (I never did). I also ran my own darkroom to process both black-and-white and color film. The world of photography has changed dramatically in recent years, and film has all but died as a medium. Now most photographers (casual snapshooters, serious amateurs, and professionals) use digital cameras. The electronics of digital cameras give almost anyone the ability to take a properly exposed picture, whether or not they know what they are doing. Software in and out of the camera also lets you fix exposure and other problems with amazing ease.
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