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I always preferred slide film over print film, and loved some film types particularly. Agfa Scala, though expensive, was one of the single best reasons to shoot film. I loved that film, and working down the road from the only lab in the UK who were able to process it meant I could drop it in on my way to work and collect it at lunch time.
I still use and enjoy film today. By and large this is black and white print film though. Simple to develop yourself, and then you can just scan the negatives and carry on with a digital workflow. I love the look of film. This for me is where the future of film lies. Black and white still has a distinctive look and popular appeal. I think the fine art market particularly will thrive.
For colour, I just use digital, and if it were a paying job then digital all the way.
Zed - what camera did you use to photograph your Pentax SLR?
Just out of interest!
Quote: you must be nuts !
It does help!
Quote: I know, I've already thought "how will I know if it's all ok?!" doh!
Quote: Treat a digicam the same way i.e. make each shot count....etc...
I use my 300D regularly at my favourite site every Wednesday. I seldom take more than a dozen images. Most of which appear on my favourite F*c*b**k website by the time the evening comes. Which is why I use the digicam.
For a real treat at other times I take one of my favourite film SLRs out
Quote: Zed - what camera did you use to photograph your Pentax SLR?
Just out of interest!
I used my D300s
So you used digital! LOL!
Yeah, that was to show the pic of the film camera i'm using.
So, are you ready to show us your film pics?
I still haven't finished the film, I'm taking a while aren't I? Been told Peak Imaging can develop them.
Make sure you get a disk with the photos on them - will save you scanning.
Ah, didn't know you could do that, thanks!
Hi Zed - here's a quick pic of my favourite film SLR - the FM.
(with pic of my favourite moggie as the background )
My other film camera -
These usually travel in the same bag, it does me
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