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Old 09-30-2018, 02:58 PM   #5
bigbassloyd
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I'd be more concerned over the evolving ability (or inability) to easily achieve long term digital storage for said images. While there's certainly far more photographs being taken today, there's far fewer people properly storing them. I do feel that todays' boring material will be valuable at some point in the distant future though. If anyone's been able to keep it lol

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