Looking pre-digital? Which camera did you love and which type of film?
As a "pro" I'm entirely digital but still look back with joy to my medium-format Bronica ETRSi. I loved using B&W Ilford FP4 which was very grainy
I think a Knikon knichomat? And for family a Polaroid instant?
I learned to shoot with my dad's old Nikon. We typically used B&W film (no idea about anything else related to it - I just don't remember, lol) and developed in our spare bath. Lots of fun! Dad and I still take photowalks together a couple times a year.
by Catherine Tally 5 years ago
Do you think the Polaroid camera should be brought back into use?Digital cameras have done away w/ the need for film, but there is still no on- the- spot "hard copy" like that of the Polaroid print.Should the system be re-introduced to the photography market?
by wilsontom 7 years ago
Which is your favorite camera?
by Alex Rose 4 years ago
I'm planning to invest in a DSLR camera soon. I've used them before, but I'm more familiar with film. I love film, but let's face it - digital is much easier to work with these days. No chemicals, no enlargers, no photo paper.I don't really want all of the fancy features. I really just want...
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