I’ve shot digital for years and obviously shot film before that. But after a long hiatus with film I recently started shooting it again and developing my own black and white. To me, there seems something so much more satisfying with film vs. digital. I find that having the ability to see my images immediately somehow cheapens the photography. The involvement from the point of loading the film to the final rinse in the developer tank puts me at a more involved level with the photos and the anticipation of seeing the negatives is like a kid on Christmas morning. Not to mention I am still of the mindset that there is no way any digital camera can compete with a 120 roll of Ilford PanF, ISO 50.
Anyway, this is just a general question and wanted to get a feel for other’s opinions. Especially with the influx of digital photography somehow “cheapening” the art of photography as a whole.
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