16 Excellent Pictures Taken With Film

Although digital seems to be the standard today, film still is quite popular among some photographers. It may take a it of patience and time to master, but once you get it right, you can capture images from film that a digital just can’t perfectly recreate. Here are 16 excellent pictures taken with film.

Mission of mine.

Mission of mine. by Kevin Morris

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landscape, greeves st

landscape, greeves st by Jes

We are golden.

We are golden. by . Entrer dans le rêve

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季節般,迴圈的追逐。

季節般,迴圈的追逐。 by Ai-lueh Chen.

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The hotness from American summer '10.

The hotness from American summer '10. by . Entrer dans le rêve

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I am on your side.

I am on your side. by Kevin Morris

only the visible aspects

only the visible aspects by I, Timmy

Colors of Havana

Colors of Havana by Anton Novoselov




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andy green
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great pics, big difference between these and digi is the tonal complexity, the view is a much closer to how the eye sees it. Digital tends to be extreme in shadows certainly. Great to use to your advantage though, great pics

David bise
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Perfect pictures

Jeff Laitila
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All due respect, but I am not seeing anything here that can not be done by a person with the correct lens, digital gear, and a working knowledge of RAW processing.

I don’t deny that these are nice images, but this whole film versus digital debate is a dead horse.

Keep shooting, keep creating.

Jeff Laitila
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I do have to add that digital is still nowhere close to matching large format film. It will happen someday, just not right now.

Nate Kay
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And you’re totally right Jeff…not much different than doing a post about excellent pictures taken with a camera. 🙂 On the other hand, it does make a big difference to some as their opinion of what you shoot with, how you process, film or digital, or anything else defines who you are as a photographer. It’s proof that photography is an art and no matter what you shoot with or how things turn out, people will have differing opinions. Thanks for the thoughts!

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