HERE’S THE THING ABOUT SHOOTING FILM.
For me—and I think this goes for many film shooters—it’s not so much about the results as it is about the process. It’s true: film is beautiful. The color, the grain, that indescribable “film look”—it’s not an easy thing to achieve in a digital setting. The internet can spend all the time in the world debating and comparing dynamic range and megapixels, but what it all really comes down to is a personal decision regarding the tools and media an artist chooses to work with. There’s no such thing as “better” in a vacuum; there’s only “what’s better for me.” Read More
Last week I made the decision to trade in all my older digital gear for a Fuji X-T1.
I'll admit, it was something of an impulsive decision. If you'd have told me on Monday that by Friday I'd be holding an X-T1 in my hands, I'd have been pretty surprised.
I had been eyeing the X-T1 for a while. Having owned the original Fuji X100 for 3 years, I was excited at the prospect of getting my hands on a slightly more robust and updated camera from the Fuji line. I won't go into the merits of the Fuji X series cameras here (as it's been done extensively), but suffice to say Fuji has hit nearly all the marks.
Still… Read More