From Digital to a Whole New World of Photography

2011-09-01 1

There are debates everywhere about what’s better, film or digital. This is just my opinion on the subject. I was a little iffy at first but when I later tried film, it was a whole new perspective.

Digital photography has always been something I loved from the start. I never thought about film photography until I looked at one of my friend’s film photos. The difference between the way they come out and all the things you can do with it was amazing! Double exposures, color splash, and just that awesome film texture.

I never imagined all the different things I could do with one camera! And without editing!

I have to admit at first I was very “ehhh” about the film world being it more expensive and just a little risky but I warmed up to it very quickly! The way that the photos come out slightly grainy, it doesn’t look perfect but in the same way makes it perfect!

I loved how the colors were more vivid, all the ways you can manipulate the film to make it come out with a twist, and how it’s so easy to make double exposures! It was clear that I no longer wanted to be digital!

Digital is nice when I am going places where I need to take loads of photos but I always bring an extra film camera with me in case the perfect picture shows itself.

Film really pushed me to take creative risks that I probably would never dream of if I stayed with digital. Though I’m not the best photographer I did come out with a couple of good photos over the year. My first film camera was the Diana Mini and I must say it did take good pictures at first but over time my poor baby doesn’t wind the film right and has recently started to rip my film, break the brackets, and aligning the film wrong.

Now the Diana is going to retire and an LC-A is going to take her place. I’m very excited for that but I will also miss that awesome camera that changed my look on photography.

The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by reneefee on 2011-09-01 #lomography #lifestyle #diana-mini #digital #analogue-lifestyle #broken-camera #first-time-photographer #film

One Comment

  1. dearjme
    dearjme ·

    Oo LC-A+? Can't wait to see your results :))

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