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Film vs Digital Discussions about the relative advantages and disadvantages of Film vs Digital are important as they can help us understand our choices as photographers. Each medium has strengths and weaknesses which can best be used in a given circumstance. While this makes for an interesting and useful discussion, DO NOT attack others who disagree with you. Forum rules are explained in the RFF FAQ linked at the top of each page.

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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #41
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married to the analog darkroom and alternative processes,
never got into digital
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plus don't carry a phone and always have a screwmoung leica
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plus i don't carry a phone and try to always have a screwmount leica in the pocket
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