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Anyway I somehow managed to get accepted to a university (I had terrible grades, pretty good test scores) and had this sort of fanciful idea that I'd study chemistry there and learn all about photographic chemicals as a way to approach photography "legitimately"
Anyway you can probably guess how that all shook out
I forget how much I have talked about this but in high school I was (for the time) super into photography. I had a darkroom in the basement, did a bunch of stuff at school, yearbook etc etc.
I say for the time because this was in the late 80s, and I think what qualifies as being "super into" something is different now. At least for something like photography. It was (and still is, but differently) an expensive hobby. Every time you press the shutter button it would cost money.
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