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Thanks to Digital, Film is More Popular than Ever

Film is not dead, not by a long shot. If anything it’s seeing a resurgence as digital photographers look for something distinctive to give their photos a unique feel. Their glass will fit easily into a Canon EOS3 or Nikon F100, and the cameras are familiar to use. As more and more individuals shoot digital,…

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Film profile: Kodak Ektar

Like the super contrasty look of slide film, a fine grain and unique look, but prefer shooting negative film? With Spring right around the corner, buy yourself a roll or two of Kodak Ektar and get shooting.

Interstellar – Movie Review

I have found myself reflecting back on the last two films I watched most recently. The first, Interstellar I watched at the newly opened iMax screen in Cheltenham. The second ‘Begin Again’, I watched at home on a smaller screen. I can usually tell when I’m feeling a bit more open and sensitive because the…

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5 Things we can all learn from Ken Rockwell (hint: not much to do with Photography)

When I got interested in Photography, I headed for the internet and spent quite a bit of time on Ken’s site Kenrockwell.com . Ken Rockwell (for those of you who don’t know) is an outspoken photography blogger who gets a lot of publicity, often for his seemingly contradictory remarks about where he stands in the…

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Emulating photographic film – Making Digital images look like Film

Andrew Goodman Photographic film is a wonderful medium. It is, magical, inspirational, unique, unreliable and largely unrepeatable. All of the attributes which make analogue photography undesirable to journalists looking for good enough quality and repeatable and reliable results, do not necessarily appeal to the photographic artist.

Film vs Digital – Which Is Better?

Andrew Goodman Both. And Neither. Both film and digital can be great if you are a good photographer, understand how each camera works and can use it correctly to get the best results. Neither will give good results, if you are not a good photographer. A crappy photo is a crappy photo regardless of what…

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