I Was Wrong A.K.A. My First Roll Of Film

Today is one of those days I get to say I was wrong.

My interest in photography first showed its face in 2008. Around that time, everyone had thrown their film cameras in the back of a closet and were shouting of  the ease of use, time savings and low costs of digital photography.  And I was standing there shouting with them.

I seemed to have a problem with people defending film. In my mind, these people were the worst. They were just a bunch of hipsters holding onto a dying technology. I would hear arguments about tonality, grain, and dynamic range. I’d combat these bullet points with an “anything film can do, digital can do better” opinion. You can make digital look like film, but  you can’t make film look like digital. I still stand by these beliefs, but recently something has changed.

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I Was Wrong A.K.A. My First Roll Of Film