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Questions regarding photography using film.

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review them as you go, with film you get the film in the roll (30 or so shots I think), you have to pick an ISO beforehand, the cost per photo is higher, and you wait for the results until after you leave. …
answered Jul 22 '10 by chills42
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The one clear benefit of digital that I see is the ability to emulate color filters in software. On the other side, many feel that film grain has a much more pleasing appearance when compared to … digital ISO noise. Many black and white photos are taken in a way that accentuates the film grain, and while this might be possible to emulate with software, it is probably still easier with film. …
answered Aug 5 '10 by chills42
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Yes, but not on most standard DSLRs. Most digital cameras have an infrared filter on the sensor to improve the image captures in the visible spectrum. In order to do take infrared photos it is best …
answered Jul 20 '10 by chills42
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Infrared and ultraviolet photography is much more accessible with film. With digital it is possible, but generally involves modifying the sensor to remove the hot mirror, which is very expensive. …
answered Jul 20 '10 by chills42
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If you are just looking for a way to digitize your collection, you may mant to consider a scanning service, once they're scanned there isn't much need for the scanner. http://www.scancafe.com is one …
answered Jul 15 '10 by chills42
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I think you'll want to go with the 50mm f/1.7. Since you'll be shooting in low light without flash, you will want the fastest lens you can get. Also, the 50mm is going to give you more natural lookin …
answered Oct 28 '10 by chills42
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I have a feeling that the "Color" portion of the name is simply marketing, as the lenses in question were released at a time when color film was not as common. If there were any technical …
answered Jul 11 '12 by chills42
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slide film for the E-6 process in C-41 , which yields negatives with a color shift and stronger saturation. (C-41 also may be processed in E-6 yielding positive images with a strong green … cast, caused by the orange mask.) Varying brands and film speeds yield different color shifts producing bright, saturated colors and high contrast. Many modern digital mini-labs will …
answered Jan 25 '11 by chills42