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DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - JANUARY 15: Steve Frank processes black and white film as lab manager Jake Bouchard answers technical questions and develops social media for Old School Photo Lab at Photosmith Imaging on January 15, 2013 in Dover, New Hampshire. Opened over 30 years ago in Dover, Photosmith has shifted with changes in the industry while still providing traditional film processing. 'Everything outside of the wet darkroom process has changed,' says lab manager Jake Bouchard, 'we are a dying industry, but we are still trying to revise and stay relevant.' (Photo by Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - JANUARY 15: Steve Frank processes black and white film as lab manager Jake Bouchard answers technical questions and develops social media for Old School Photo Lab at Photosmith Imaging on January 15, 2013 in Dover, New Hampshire. Opened over 30 years ago in Dover, Photosmith has shifted with changes in the industry while still providing traditional film processing. 'Everything outside of the wet darkroom process has changed,' says lab manager Jake Bouchard, 'we are a dying industry, but we are still trying to revise and stay relevant.' (Photo by Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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