Repetitive Motion Injury
The age of digital photography has given me a problem that would not have occurred back in the film and darkroom era – namely, repetitive motion injury from processing images on the computer in Photoshop. Hence, my upload of work over the next while will be very small as I am to avoid computer use. My computer set-up is ergonomically correct, yet it still happened. Voice activated Photoshop hasn’t arrived yet, so I am not sure how to proceed if I still wish to process my images. I am sure this problem has occurred with other digital photographers and I am looking for any comments, solutions, or insights. Cheers and thanks.
Photo credits: Ken Backer.
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