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Showing posts from April, 2011


I wanted to expand on scanning the 4x5 instant film negative bit further. I'm really excited about this because it offers such a distinct texture and color that it stands out in our world of sparkly clean digital images.  Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of clean digital imaging but I think there are more to imaging than trying to translate the light into clean digital files. I've noticed that film is catching on a new wave, especially from the younger generation.  The reason I think is the fact that they grew up in the digital age and film is something new to them.  For us older generation who have grown up in film, we see the digital imaging as something new. On top of that, digital imaging has improved so much in the last 5 years that the old argument digital vs film has become pointless, as far as 'quality' was concerned. But now, I'm questioning that idea of "quality".  Does quality mean more megapixels? more accuracy in color?... I think