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bracken__ In my opinion, the recent digital age has made taking "good" pictures too easy. I personally find more satisfaction in my black and white film photography than my digital photography.. Film causes me to stop and think about my shot instead of just shooting because I know I have unlimited space in digital. Additionally, I develop my own film. The process involves multiple steps and it's fairly easy to make a mistake that could potentially ruin all the photos. It is a great learning tool for photography and definitely worth the time and money. 2w
  •   kraziglitch @bracken__ There are labs which you send the film to and they can scan pretty sharp though. Also with film you can keep getting bigger scans unlike digital which is restricted to the mp 1w
  •   bracken__ @kraziglitch yes, but high resolution film scanning is pretty expensive.. About $25 per roll of 36 pics. You're right though. 1w
  •   kraziglitch @bracken__ Yeah film cost more haha but i do find film more fun though as you always get a physical copy ^_^ 1w
  •   tom.sebastiano Well said. 6d
  •   bracken__ @tom.sebastiano really really like the photos on your website! And insta as well. Beautiful film shots. Great portraits. I also need to invest in a film scanner. Although at school I use a v500 and I don't get very good results. 6d
  •   tom.sebastiano @bracken__ Thanks for your compliment, all of my work is scanned on a v500 in fact I wrote about my experience with film scanning its on my site in the last roll section. If you are shooting a lot of film it's worth investing in a scanner and for me a v500 is good quality and value. In terms of getting good scans it was once described to me as 'not just pressing a button' and 'a lot more like getting quality prints.' I would be more than happy to explain and share what i have learnt further about scanning. Send me a message through my site. 5d
  •   burgundybuffalo This is fantastic 5d

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