It is intertesting to note in the July-August VC issue on architectural photography how many photographers are shooting Fuji color negative films as their primary films when scanning. Half of the AIA award winners and the Elliot Kaufman portfolio is all shot on color negs. This is typical in the industry when photgraphers are still shooting film and confirms a workflow that I have been teaching and advocating for some time. While I know many of the "big boys" like Hedrich Blessing are still shooting transparencies, a color negative/scanning workflow has become commonplace. This is because of the greater scale and latitude of the films, flexbility in the scanning processes and lower film costs (less bracketing). A few years ago it was hard to find a lab who knew how to scan color negs and now it is commonplace and even easy to do it at a professional level yourself, in-house, as I do.