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Sunday, Jan 17, 2010
by PopMatters Staff
by Natalie Whittle
Financial Times (8 January 2010)

“Darkrooms, however scruffy or improvised, have long served as the unseen workshops of the photographic trade. In London, photographers like Nicholson used a network of professional labs to develop and print their work. But in 2006, something began to change. Two of the capital’s premier pro-labs – Sky Imaging and Ceta – shut down in the same week. Over the next few years, others followed.”


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