Which is better digital or film photography? I’m not a math guy, but I do know that film has a more genuine look, and it’s more rewarding to photograph. For me it means I don’t settle for less, and I don’t settle for the same results over and over again. I choose film because it’s authentic and beautiful and authentic only comes through in the final product.
I enjoy the camaraderie that comes with shooting film and the “props and tears” that are created during the photo process. It’s great to see people’’’“““““““““““ during the photo shoot talking about their experience with film, whether it was a good or a bad day. It makes for great gifts and memories.
In the past year, I have been fortunate to shoot with some of the best photographers in the world. Their work is unlike anything I have ever shot with my digital camera. Their work is clean and crisp, and the colors are almost palpable. Their work is so natural and intuitive it’s almost as if I am watching TV in the camera. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that my hard work has paid off and that my pictures have a true meaning.
Which is better digital or film photography? That is a very personal decision, but the answer is both digital and film. There is something about film that draws you in more, and it is this I believe contributes to the higher price tag.
I have owned several film cameras over the years and they are at least 10 years old now. I have a newer film SLR that I bought for around $25. I have not looked at the film in a long time and I am very, very, happy. I have tried lots of film and I prefer the look of slide film, but I am an amateur and have no idea why the look in my photos is the way it is. I have tried sceneries and I prefer the look of film, but I am an amateur and have no idea why the look in my photos is the way it is. I have read all your reviews and you have also said that you prefer film, so I have included a link to a blog post I recently wrote entitled
My experience with film and digital cameras is limited to using my Mamiya 7ii for almost 3 years now. I have recently gotten a hold of a cheap digital camera, an EOS Rebel T6, and I can honestly say that I prefer the look of film.
I have a 2 year old daughter and I have slowly but surely begun to fall in love with the look of EOS.
Which is better digital or film photography? I’ve thought about it for a while and I think film is better because it’s cheap, there are no film schools to go to, and you can really tell from the photo the film is shot on. It’s a more authentic feel, which is fun. Plus you get to see the film through the photographer’s eyes, and that’s something you can only get from film. It takes a lot more work. I’ve written articles for other publications that relied on readers to judge my opinion in a fair and objective way, and those publications were filled with ad hominem attacks and vituperative attacks. I wasn’t even trying to be dishonest, but rather presented an objective and informative opinion based on my own experience and that of other photographers who shoot film. I would argue that the more factual and persuasive the article, the more readers will follow suit and give the article the benefit of the doubt. I’ve also found that when photographers present their work in a positive light, especially from a visual standpoint, it inspires more readers to shoot and purchase their equipment, which in turn inspires me to write more articles for other publications to read and learn from. It’s a vicious cycle.