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    It's kinda fun to say, "I make my own."
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    I now it's moving pictures but after watching the witchery add shot on Super8mm I just thought wow this is beautiful, forget the content just the look.
    http://cinelicious.tv/we-love-film/small-formats
    No digital capture can ever look this beautiful and its made on an inferior film product, the wedding movie on this site is also beautiful and shows how film can succeed in a traditionally digital and video dominated market.

    If more people came to see how beautiful film can look they might choose film over digital capture (maybe). Due to the overstylized look of today's blockbusters few people get to enjoy the genuine film look. It's no wonder people can't see the difference between film and digital if 99% of all blockbuster look plasticky and overprocessed in post.

    Kodak should also never have introduced vision 3 no grain is a sin not a virtue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    Just for grins, try answering, "No, sadly you can't anymore..." as you stand there holding the camera.
    The last time someone asked me "Can you still get film for that?" I said "No, I just like the sound of the shutter".


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    Quote Originally Posted by MDR View Post
    I now it's moving pictures but after watching the witchery add shot on Super8mm I just thought wow this is beautiful, forget the content just the look.
    http://cinelicious.tv/we-love-film/small-formats
    No digital capture can ever look this beautiful and its made on an inferior film product, the wedding movie on this site is also beautiful and shows how film can succeed in a traditionally digital and video dominated market.

    Dominik
    Damn, those videos made me want to go out and shoot super 8. Thanks for sharing!

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    Blogging!

    I started a website dedicated to film and darkroom work when I gave up digital a year ago. You can see it here if you're interested. My main aim was just to encourage photographers to do the same as me. It helps when you can direct people you're trying to "convert" to a website that lets them know what it's all about.
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    Yesterday I did a photo demo. I was invited to an art walk as one of the artists. I was going to be the only photographer, and I wanted to make photos but do it fast enough to keep the interest of people milling about. So I shot portraits with my 4x5 Speed Graphic on a photographic paper that makes a positive image, then developed them on the spot. For the most part they turned out pretty good for exposures working there way to the 15 second mark as the sun was setting. The reception was better then I expected. I got word that people were telling there friends to "go see the guy making photos at the end of the street. I also brought out my Hasselblad, 35mm Nikon Cameras and a Nikonos-V. One young man was just beside himself to get to play the the Hassy. I got to talk to a few old timers about how they shot Speed Graphics back in the day, and the kids liked watching the whole process from getting everything on the ground glass to poring "stinky stuff into the magic black box" and waiting a few minuets for a photo to come out.

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    I made a few of these.

    I think it's a shame my link to the old Royal Mail Think of a Letter campaign ad got ignored.
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