Back in the day, professional photography was almost synonymous with cruise travel, what with staff ready to snap guest images at the gangway or ship railing with an analog single lens reflex camera. Of course, back then, digital photography was not yet ubiquitous nor was the selfie, which makes one wonder what the future may hold for such traditional services onboard cruise ships.
On most mainstream lines, photographers do still make the rounds to take images now on their DSLRs, sometimes even tethered to a key reader to electronically tag the specific guest in it, and many of them are still printed and displayed throughout the halls for purchase.
However, the landscape is also changing.
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More and more are switching to all-digital kiosks where images can be viewed and printed on-demand. This ensures that photos are not printed and recycled, unn
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