How to Make a Photo Last Decades

In a previous post we touched on just how fleeting digital photographs are. While we’re capturing images with the latest d-SLRs and smartphones, these photos have a much greater chance of disappearing before we have grandkids than the images snapped with film cameras of old.

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Comments (1)

  1. I buy prints to last from PhotoBox because they always use Fuji Crystal Archive paper. I trust them to use the most suitable inks. Is there any way to use the same materials in my Epson D88 printer?

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