Street Photography: Film vs Digital

In general, there’re two approaches available for the street photographer who uses both digital and film cameras.

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With a digital camera, you could take multiple shots of the same scene.

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You could take a shot that you think might not work but do it just to see what happens.

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In other words, you could AFFORD to experiment with a digital camera.

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With a film camera, you’d tend to be more circumspect.

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This means that film photography reveals your competency.

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After all, even if you could afford it, a wasted shot is wasted film.

Thanks for reading.

Camera: Olympus XA2

Film: Ilford XP2 400

London’s South Bank

At London’s South Bank.

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Cool dude.

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Cool dude.

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Life is a tragicomedy, of course.

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The cavernous basement at Tate Modern.

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A couple admiring Cy Twombly.

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Artist at work.

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A copy of a copy.

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A copy of a copy of many copies.

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Again, at the cavernous basement.

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Two beer or not two beer … my answer is very clear.

Why is this a question?

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Cool dudes.

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The obligatory landmark snapshot.

 

 

Camera: Canon 600D

Lens: Canon 40mm f/2.8 STM