Peter Nebergall wrote:
> of the art rock synthesizer. One is cheaper, faster, and more convenient;Comparing film to digital is like comparing the NY Philharmonic to a state
> the other is high art. Very well said, Peter!I own a digital compact camera, but I don't like to use it to take photos of my loved ones... Instead I use it for fast documentation and when I need photos of something to show on the internet/send with email...
There are more feelings involved when I use my cameras for film, and work in the darkroom. Then I feel creative. I can always digitalize film/prints when I want or need to. Digital has it's place, of course, even for me.
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