Digital or film? Can you tell? Locked

Started Jan 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
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IceShot
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Re: Oh No - or Oh Yes!
In reply to Zone8, Jan 18, 2013

Zone8 wrote:

IceShot wrote:

This is just a fun experiment I wanted to try.. and if you don't think there is a point to it technically speaking, do it at least for my enjoyment lol.

I accept it was meant to be a fun posting but in all honesty, every shot exhibits so many technical faults (like totally blown highlights as one example) that there seems little point trying.

As a long-time film and digital user (and I taught the highest techiniqes for Colour and B+W) there should be little or no difference in the end printed results if produced by someone with the required expertise.

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technical faults?... if you are into photography for technical reasons you're in it for the wrong ones.

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