Following on from my last post, it was interesting to read this month's BJP... Check out the report by Gemma Padley on p. 79 - 81.
She explains how 'Two industry professionals, Graham Diprose and Mike Seaborne, have come up with a method for storing digital images that they hope will become a legitimate alternative to existing digital storage options [...] their approach involves "selecting and sending our most vital digital photographs and documents forward into the 23rd century as inkjet print 'artefacts' rather than as digital data".'
The idea is that in the future 'these images can be reproduced, enlarged and printed using either a high-resolution digital camera or scanner technology...'
So, maybe I don't have to organise my digital neg scan files after all...