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    I work in the modern hi tech world. From the time I get up in the morning unitl I go to bed at night my life is run by cell phones, emails, and computers. If I don't get 200 emails a day I think something is off somewhere in the world. Film and the darkroom lets me escape all that, if only for a short while. I could go digital and probably produce output as good or maybe better than I do now. I prefer not to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrybro View Post
    Film and the darkroom lets me escape all that, if only for a short while. I could go digital and probably produce output as good or maybe better than I do now. I prefer not to.

    That makes complete sense to me!! No digital bashing; just a statement of preference. Great posting.

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    Pretty much my situation as a network engineer too. It's good to get my hands wet and feel like I'm crafting something not just mouse clicking.

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    To me it comes down to Cyber Sex VS. Real Sex. Some prefer Cyber.

    Film=Real Sex

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    Love film!
    Just got my first hassy

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    I read through 'bout half of this and didn't see one very important point:

    Digital is forever stuck at the resolution it was captured at. That old 1k picture can never look any better, ever. Saved as JPG, you can never get back the lost part of the lossy compression.

    Film has the advantage here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawaiithulhu View Post
    I read through 'bout half of this and didn't see one very important point:

    Digital is forever stuck at the resolution it was captured at. That old 1k picture can never look any better, ever. Saved as JPG, you can never get back the lost part of the lossy compression.

    Film has the advantage here.
    ... and Tri-X at 3200 will never look like Panatomic-X either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TareqPhoto View Post
    Why, to show GOD and Angels in the last day?
    Hell yes!!
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawaiithulhu View Post
    I read through 'bout half of this and didn't see one very important point:

    Digital is forever stuck at the resolution it was captured at. That old 1k picture can never look any better, ever. Saved as JPG, you can never get back the lost part of the lossy compression.

    Film has the advantage here.

    Strange comments. Why would you save it has a JPEG?
    That's not how it's done.



 

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