CAMERAHTC PC36100ISO200FOCAL LENGTH4mm
A picture I took and text that I wrote.
I think metaphorically life can be like film photography. The quality and end result of the photo depends directly on how the photographer sets up, zooms, has the right amount of light balance and color contrast, dials the shutter speed (how long the film is exposed to light) AND captures the image in only 24 or 36 shots, the number of frames on a roll of film.
People who use a digital usually don’t worry about most of the thing I just mentioned. We can snap thousands of pics, the settings are automatic and light balance, exposure, are set up by the electronic sensors. If the picture came out wrong, it wasn’t the photographer’s fault, just the camera settings. And if it came out well it was probably the camera or photo editing and effects. Of course that’s not always the case.
So yep, I just got a newolden 35mm film slr camera by Canon. Learning photography by means of film is going to be lots of fun.