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technology: 1. The practical application of science to commerce or industry.

2. The discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems.

Technological advances have accompanied the development of photography, from its beginnings early in the 19th century.

To-day's advanced electronic photographic equipment offers unlimited opportunities for artistic expression and a convenient means of recording places and events.

During February 2009, DIG members made "technology" the subject of their images, as shown below.

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Pam Donnet
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Mary Daly
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Marilyn Schell
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Evelyn Rogers
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Robin Ireland
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Barry Porter
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Cecilia Kramar
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Margaret Barnett
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Geoff Turton
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Robin Dinham
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Bernadette Abbott
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Ian Chesterfield
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Henri Joubert
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Neville Donnet
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Joan Curtis
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Joyce Pickup
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Kay A'Court
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Ken McRae