Originally Posted by narsuitus
At one time, I worked with people who used computers all day on the job and refused to have one waiting for them when they arrived at home.
This used to be me, but more so not wanting to use a computer when taking the photograph. But then the endless hours in front of the computer scanning and spotting film, and the hours in front of the sink turning a tank upside down got to me.
Iíve switched. In camera JPGs are great, minimal computer time after the fact, and Iíve vowed to not dive into the menus while shooting.
Is it just me or has digital matured to the point where it can be as simple as a mechanical film camera?
In answer to Raidís question, I donít think I could use digital and film alongside each other. The SWC, like you say, is an exception!