While the industry is going through it’s most radical changes since its small and short existence, it seems that everyone is caught staring at the headlights. Many violent issues are affecting the way business is done today, with possible long lasting repercussion, yet it seems that all are taking cover under a business as usual blanket.
What's the real lifespan, or "shelf life" of a photographic print? Do ink-jet based prints last longer than prints made with traditional photo chemical-based processes? As a photographer selling prints, should you know the answers to these questions?