A lot of truth there.
Originally Posted by ic-racer
Analog materials and processes do though each have normally recognizable "personalities" but they are malleable. Slight adjustments to exposure, filtration, lighting, or process, can many times keep us from picking out which film was used.
Still I think a majority of shots done with Velvia, processed A or D, will demonstrate it's natural palette. High contrast, faces "leaning" red, Technicolor saturation, and high sharpness.
I am talking about if you take the same negative and print it on a good digital printer vs. a wet darkroom print. The question is not that complicated. It makes no difference what you call them there are two images in front of you...one is printed in a darkroom, analogue, the other has been printed on a dedicated photo digital printer, digital, and I can see the digital print...
This would be a good discussion for HybridPhoto.com.