“Apart from the impossibility to visit places outside of your safe environment, for many photographers there are several other problems. They begin when you want to put films into your camera – they smell of chemicals. Conventional photographing also involves the developing of films in labs; a great source of poisonous contamination. If you are very privileged, you can tolerate the photos when they come back from the lab – but most of the MCS-sufferers are not this lucky. Digital cameras solve these problems brilliantly – unless you are sensitive to computers, where you load the photos after shooting. Photographers with MCS are as courageous as painters.