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When every click was expensive….

Remember that era of nondigital cameras when we needed a film roll to capture a picture. The roll allowed only 30 pictures that could be captured. So, people were very selective in the shots they took. Unlike, the present scenario where the digital cameras allow us to take multiple shots of the same picture without costing anything.

Another difference was in teh ability to see teh captured image. The films needed to be developed and that was a costly affair. Unlike these days, when we get to see the image within a second.

I would consider digital photography as the biggest invention of science.

  • Can you go back in the era of nondigital cameras?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you feel, now people would be comfortable of they had to pay for each click they make?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. I still shoot with great pleasure on film.
    I have fully functioning cameras for over 80 years and the pictures are really good quality.
    Separately, this is how you quickly learn to capture the moment and make sense of each shot. However, you’re limited to 9, 12, 24 or 36 frames, which makes you think, not just push the trigger!

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