Any reason to shoot film nowadays?

Started Apr 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Any reason to shoot film nowadays?
In reply to bseng, Apr 12, 2013

Second time in one week for the same question, isn't it?

Anyway, film - and I'm assuming print film has the widest dynamic range - might have a high dynamic range, but is this matched by the scanning and printing process? Typical minilab equipment like the Fuji frontier I am led to believe scans the negative before electronically printing. Sounds like to get the most out of film you need a specialist or DIY processor.

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