What happened to the Lucky Black & White films?
I actually agree with you, but find this particular statement and example to be ... Ironic... You talked about how important it is to shoot quality film and then mention a brownie camera which is like saying "I shoot tech pan on my holga"
Originally Posted by desertratt
I exaggerate but had to poke fun at you a little bit
I think it's more important to take good pictures, and if good film is bought, that could help, if spending more on more expensive films forces you to be more selective about your images, that's also not so bad.
Quality control I think is more important than film grain, if there are empty white spots because of crappy emulsion, that's WAY WORSE than a grainy film IMHO...
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