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  • I switched to digital as soon as I could because I wanted to be shooting nonstop and couldn’t afford all the film! And I’m older than you.

  • Hey,

    I’m 36 and it’s hard for me to admit but I too am not in the “in” generation. Youth always had the advantage of youth. Young, stupid, open, generally less responsibilities, etc. However being older has given you years of experience, wisdom and time to define yourself and your work. All digital did was make it easy to snap a picture, download it and post it on flickr/facebook/twitter, etc. But to my understanding it doesn’t make you a better photographer. We all have to define for ourselves what makes our best self. What situation creates our best work. For some it’s running around with a DSLR taking a thousand pictures. For others it’s shooting a 8×10. It’s tough to make those decisions when it seems the market calls for the DSLR approach and you have defined yourself as a film shooter.

    I’ve recently been shooting much more film than digital. I won’t going into any analysis on quality, but I prefer the process of shooting on film. It’s like drinking soda when you’re thirsty and getting that great sugar rush but you stay thirsty, but then you drink plain water and the thirst goes away.

    For what it’s worth, I really enjoy your film work.

    -Sherman

  • and i switched to film as early as i could because….i forget why i did that, but i havent been shooting much lately.

  • Susannah

    I enjoy reading your blog!

    I am 30, and was a studio arts major with a focus in photography at a small liberal arts college. We had one Photoshop/digital art class while I was there, and everything else was based in the darkroom with film. I got the feeling that the photo teachers thought that digital would not last, that it was inferior, etc.

    Although I am not yet a pro, I switched to digital about 4 years ago, and use it for 95% of my photography. I love the idea of film, and the darkroom is like meditation, but in terms of cost, digital wins.

  • good post. I love both digital and analog. And you just made me realize why!

  • Pine

    This should be your bio pic for everything!

  • Emily

    Emily- I think its not the 3 years younger but the 10, although all my eighties babies assistants are into film right now. So there you go, you are trendy (at least with your personal work).

  • Hi ! I am a photo student here in California . I switched to digital then back to film , then back to digital . then thought I should give film another whirl . then I was really getting the hang of digital and enjoyed shooting 1000 ish photos on a shoot , then i was like “nawwww man , film’s where its at … “, then I had a beer . As for the advantage thing , Im 25 and think It’ll be another 5 years before Im a good photographer . Cause yeah , like that other guy said , its about the experience , not the facebook auto-upload feature or subscription to Photoshop Guru magazine ….

  • Tom M Johnson

    At 54 I constantly worry that I am too old of a dog. I am amused that at 33 you are concerned. Ahh to be 33 again….

  • When i first started getting into photography I had only shot digital. Never shot any film beyond the rare point and shoot disposable camera. Then i really got into film and loved that. But now all of my client work is digital.

    I’m 37 btw.

    I much prefer film, but this is not because I have a history with it or can’t grasp digital technology… As I said, i started out only having used digital. I just prefer film for the look. I prefer big bulky cameras that you have to crank to take the next shot. Unfortunatly, it’s not practical for me to use them or film for paying gigs.

    Jeff

  • guy fantastico

    i love that photo!