Photographers Note Digital's Advantages, Disadvantages

  title={Photographers Note Digital's Advantages, Disadvantages},
  author={Shahira S Fahmy and C. Zoe Smith},
  journal={Newspaper Research Journal},
  pages={82 - 96}
Digital imaging has been found to increase photographer's flexibility and time management, ensure usable images and increase involvement in photo editing decisions. However, digital imaging has also been found to generate shortage and archival problems and to increase editing duties. 
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