I think we've all used a film camera before... right? I remember buying Advantix disposable cameras and shooting special events like school dances, incriminating scout camp activities, and concerts. It seemed that i had a camera with me at all times and it really was a lot of work to shoot with a film camera. you'd have to drive to the store drop off your film wait an hour or a whole day to get them back then you'd have to shuffle through 24 photos to see which photos actually came out. With digital photography the possibilities are endless when it comes to editing but then you can rely too much on the post processing that you can never really develop the technique because photoshop is the net. I'm not a DSLR elitist or a film elitist because my love for photography took off right as digital cameras were becoming more affordable and film cameras were just on their way out. This guy on the other hand shoots strictly film. respect.

here are some film shots i took. Film definitely has a warmer feel to it. what do you think?
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1 comments:

Claire Valene Bagley says:
at: June 1, 2011 at 10:18 AM said...

There is something so magical about shooting with film. That sounds so cheesy, so over-done. But it's true. There's so much life there... the waiting to see what turns out from your efforts. It's annoying and wonderful at the same time. I really do love it.