Tag: what makes analogue photography special for me

  • What Makes Analogue Photography Special For Me?

    written by tomas_bates on 2012-11-19
    What Makes Analogue Photography Special For Me?

    I recently read an excellent book called ‘Retromania’ by the music journalist Simon Reynolds. In one chapter, Reynolds examines ‘The Twilight of Music as an Object’; the chapter suggests that in the digital era, music has become a simple commodity that anyone can access, whenever they want. This chapter made me think about my own experiences with photography and why analogue photography has certain special and unique qualities for me.

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  • Of Film and Learning

    written by cruzron on 2013-08-28
    Of Film and Learning

    The question of the importance of analogue photography on a personal level is a complex one. We all have our reasons in sticking with this so-called 'dying' medium and here's mine.

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  • Me and Film Photography: The Neverending Courtship

    written by geegraphy on 2013-08-27
    Me and Film Photography: The Neverending Courtship

    I'll go ahead and say it: I've always had an on and off relationship with film photography. I wouldn't have it any other way, though.

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  • Everything I Know About Life, I Learned from Film Photography

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-27
    Everything I Know About Life, I Learned from Film Photography

    Recently, I was asked, "why is film photography important to you?" Instead of engaging in a heated debate about why film is better than digital, I listed down all the important things in life that I learned, one roll of film at a time.

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  • Analogue Photography: The Best Photography Teacher

    written by mayeemayee on 2013-08-27
    Analogue Photography: The Best Photography Teacher

    Photography in general is something very close to my heart. It's the one thing I could do forever, professionally or not. It's the one thing I can never resist and forget even when days have faded and my hair has turned gray.