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Millennials love this newfangled photo technology called film

  15.02.25 9:40am

Film is dead. Long live film.

The nostalgic have been mourning the end of film photography for a while now. Kodak went bankrupt and photo labs have been closing all over. Film rolls are expensive (around $5 for 36 photos), and developing them is time-consuming—no contest for the infinite storage space and immediate gratification of digital photography.

 But now film photography is enjoying something of a comeback, gaining popularity with the under-thirty set. Story here: http://qz.com/348423/millennials-love-this-newfangled-photo-technology-called-film/