|When should one use film, and when should one use digital?
It does not make any difference! The image is what is important!
It depends on what you are more comfortable with. I definitly have instances where I want to use film, but at this point in my career I am holding back on film until I can invest in the proper equipment for the workflow I prefer.
When one will give a better result than the other.
Or, in reality, use digital anyway. Budget and other practicalities generally demand it.
I shoot all digital now, but can't bring myself to part with my film camera. Nor have I found reason to use the 3 rolls of Velvia still in the fridge, or to finish up the half-shot roll in the camera for that matter!
Film if you can afford it. Otherwise, digital rocks!
Digital all the time
umm for me film is a fun time when your not rushed when you want to push the more artistic dreamy side of photography. Digital is for everyday work for me.
I always use digital.
I quit using film in 2003.
I would say that's up to the individual. I've got no desire to use film anymore.
I use film on occasion when photographing my kids, but I mostly use digital.
weddings digital, fashion sometimes film is fine
I think this is of personal preference. For me, I like to switch it up. I am still trying to find my favorite media.
Don't know. Don't care. I use digital and very comfortable with my choice.
personally, i use film for more B&W where there is contrast and a wide range of grys in between; zone system. Digital is great for having strong color and great composition.
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