Acme Photo Studio downsizes

- as access to digital photography grows

With the wide availability of digital cameras and camera phones, Acme Photo Studio has been forced to downsize its business operations, according to General Manager Anika Hinds.

“Since Acme’s main source of income was based on photography, we had to move forward with the times,” Hinds told.

In the past, she said, customers would go to Acme to have photographs shot and printed. Now, with the proliferation of camera phones and hi-tech digital cameras readily available, persons would seldom visit the photo studio to have their pictures taken.

As a result, Hinds said that the company decided to downsize its business operations and confine all operations  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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