I agree HEAVILY with the statements about not undercutting the market as it really hurts us professionals, ALSO the standard is to charge for the work PLUS MATERIALS which means the client will be paying for all your film rolls. Most clients won't really like this as it would be a "new concept" to them since its not done that way any longer.

Also I think we tend to forget that the average person views film as crappy and low quality, most people if ANY exposure to film is by means of shitty labs with bad scans returned on disk that are pixelated and covered with dust and blurred, not crisp or brilliant looking. So the public often views film as low quality vs digital. So it will be hard to convince people that film will give them nice images.

Just some food for thought.

Perhaps just not telling them it's film at all would help haha


~Stone

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