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The age of film photography is leaving and not coming back

30 April 2012 / 21:04:53  GRReporter
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The young photographer knows that times have changed the profile of his work. He said his father, who is the founder of the family business, takes the changes harder than he does. After having a successful business for 15 years they finally had to close one family photo studio. The other one, which was on Syntagma Square had to be moved to a street bazaar on "Panepistimiou" street where it was working at a loss for one year. "Until a few years ago we were paying 2,000 Euros rent. Now we've changed locations and with a smaller studio we pay 350 Euros. There are some days when we have zero turnover, but the main costs are much lower and we can still keep at least one of our studios." Dimitris Hadzimoisis is not sure what to expect in the future but does not lose hope. He believes that when one door closes, somewhere another one opens. You just cannot give up looking for new horizons.

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