Traditional photography is really expensive and most people don't live in cities with community dark rooms. Remember you also have to buy a camera, film, photo paper... all stuff that is very costly. Where I live I would have to buy enlargers and chemicals and build my own darkroom or enroll in a class that costs hundreds of dollars to work in the medium. Especially with bit torrents and pirated software, I would argue that digital photography has become way more accessible then traditional photography at least in most places.
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