Is Printing Dying?

Kirk Tuck, an excellent professional photographer in Austin, reports that no single commercial client has requested a print from me in nearly ten years. None.” That says a lot.

I rarely print my photographs. I am content to view them on my MacBook Pro, my iPad and my iPhone. When I want to share photographs, I do it online.

The only printer I own is an inexpensive Brother laser printer I use to print out shipping labels for online returns and the occasional odd job. I can’t imagine buying an expensive printer. If I needed to print an image, I would use a lab.

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