Phoblographer: Every Photographer Should Spend a Year Shooting Film


Load me up!

and improve your skills...

Here's a cool opinion piece on the Phoblographer where Chris Gampat explains why practicing analog will lead to better overall photography. He writes:

"I completely agree with you that in the age of digital photography and mobile phones, the idea of spending a year on just film is really insane. But on the other side of things, I believe spending a year working with film is one of the best things many photographers can do for themselves and their work. After a year, you return to digital and you’ll realize you’re a completely different type of shooter and that you as a photographer have changed greatly."

It's a good read with lots to think about.

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