Quote Originally Posted by doughowk View Post
In agreement with an earlier comment by "Maris", traditional photography and digital photography are two separate medias. There are some similarities but only at a superficial level ( a field of sunflowers is light sensitive but its not a film camera). The actual process is different with most of the traditional aspects (eg, focus, exposure) handled by software. Skill sets are far different.
How are focus and exposure handled differently in digital photography? Am I imagining the existence of film cameras that have auto and manual exposure options, ISO selection, and exposure compensation?

Obviously there's a difference in the skill sets for processing the image, but for capturing it?