And therein lies the rub. The huge volumes of film and print processing that was the amateur market has gone due to the digital influences....Film for picture taking and snapshots is however dead.
Good luck! You'd have to get them to lift their faces away from their "devices" before you could even ask them.Ask the new generation about film cameras, and they will say, what is film .
I remember those days vividly, they are long gone, remember going to the store to pick up some Fuji or Kodak film.
Golf must be dead, too...... because I don't play it.
If film is dead, I am too. I shoot 35mm, 120 and 4x5.
Film got released from the hospital 5 years ago and has been recuperating nicely. We now have instant film again, "point and shoot" 4x5, Ilford's ULF promo......Well I have a Leica M9..two Nikon F2, Nikormat, FE2 and a 4x5 and a full operating darkroom with 5 enlargers.
Not totally dead, but needs surgery to stop the bleeding.