Digital Imaging Group reunion

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Ten and a half years ago on 15 May 1996 a group of anoraks, known as the Digital Imaging Group,  met in a damp dark cellar (better known as Ian McKinnell’s, brightly lit and not damp at all, second floor studio in London) to plot the digital overthrow of the photographic industry… well not exactly, but a lot of people did shudder in their boots.

Ten years on, 18 January 2007, we got together again in Ian McKinnell’s studio… we had some beers, recorded a podcast, pondered on the fact that most of what we had thought would come true has come true… and then we buggered off to an excellent local restaurant.

Attending were (top – left to right) Bob Marchant, Ian McKinnell, Mike Russell, Ed Horwich (me), Martin Evening, Adam Woolfitt, Colin Thomas, Carl Lyttle, Mike Laye, Douglas Fisher, Paul Webster.
(photo: Rod Wynne-Powell)

Listen to the Podcast (recording by Colin Thomas)

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