By Konrad Eek | Thursday, November 13, 2014
When I began my formal study of photography, Minolta had just introduced an auto focus 35mm SLR, and you had to master exposure and chemical film and print processing to get a great photo.
The digital revolution has made it difficult to get a bad result with any type of camera these days—and if you do, Photoshop cures most ills. I confess to doing virtually all my professional work with a digital camera.
However, there are still great reasons for taking the time to learn the traditional process of shooting film. Here are five of them:
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