Digital cameras and computers have become cheaper and more powerful, software more sophisticated in every respect both on a PC / Apple Mac and printers can now print photos that are as good (if not better) than anything that was once produced in a chemical darkroom.
Importantly, along with these developments in photography has been the un-paralleled development of the World Wide Web. Ten years ago websites were largely old fashioned, HTML driven constructions. Today, contemporary photographers have powerful tools such as Sparkle and WordPress with which to develop their websites. Photographers now also sell their work through third party companies or through their own web sites using software such as Shopify thus opening up new revenue streams.
“To do-it-yourself or use the services of a professional and experienced electronics and media engineer?
The image below is Customs House Quay in Boston, Lincolnshire
Inset in the following photographs is a thumbnail watercolour of the main image!
This might also bring back a few memories of days gone by!
And now some examples of local photography!
This from a large agricultural sales site in Lincolnshire
This from a small local zoo site in Lincolnshire
This from a large bike meet in Boston, Lincolnshire
Copyright of all images in this web site are both the property and intellectual property of Roger Burningham
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