Tag: film-vs-digital

Film News: Adorama scores a hat trick of blunders

Ruffling some feathers today on the interweb is this article by Mason Resnick for Adorama which explains away his reasons for never going back to film photography and promoting the digital way. While the never ceasing film vs. digital clash has become moot for most sensible people with a brain stem as they realize there’s a place […]

Why I appreciate film photographers

Why I appreciate film photographers… by Alex Jackson-Smith A guest post for the weekend. Alex Jackson-Smith discusses how the internet has changed the way photography is perceived, and the arguements that have followed over the digital vs film debate. An interesting piece that is certain to lead to its own discussion. Why I appreciate film […]

Film Vs Digital Study – By John Kossik Well, after that monumental screw up by the hosting company, it seems that things are back in order, for now. So I shall take this chance to share this interesting comparison of film and digital by John Kossik. With a scientific background, John tackles this subject in […]

Shooting Film AND Digital Anyone who understands and loves photography knows that the subject isn’t a matter of the calling the moment of ultimate triumph of digital over analogue. Both approaches have their merits and this blog post describes how to get the most out of using both.

Why do you shoot film?

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Why do you shoot film? This is a question I am often asked, by photographers and non-photographers alike. And the question is quite easy to answer, in theory. But the more I think about it the more I ask myself, just why do I shoot film?

Film photography is not dead There has been a bit of talk recently of the whole ‘death of film’. This seems to be an ongoing theme, and one that brings out all sorts of emotions. But I really don’t believe it is dead.

#Believeinfilm is the resource for all things film I am very happy to be able to feature a little interview with Gordon Boddington, the man behind the wonderful Believeinfilm.com website, possibly the best resource for film on the web,