Nearly 70% of photographers aged 16-24 have lost treasured pictures due to their reliance on digital technology, reveals a survey conducted during National Photography Month.

The survey, which took place in June, found that 64% of people fail to print out their digital images.

Organisers add: ‘The days of the family album being the responsibility of the mother of the family are in decline, as the survey revealed 77% of people now don’t make albums because they think it would be too time-consuming, complicated or are ashamed of the quality of their pictures.’

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