The Pros And Cons Of Digital And Print Photography. By: Keith S. Black
http://ReviewDslrCameras.com Years ago you only had one option-Film. Now you have 2 options, digital and film. Everyone had film cameras. You either developed your own or took it to your local film processor. Due in part to the 2 options that are now available, you may be wondering what are the differences and which is better Today our 2 options are film and film and digital cameras. Read the pros and cons of both: Digital Pros• You have immediate access to the pictures you've just taken. • You can see the picture you just took and decide if you need to take another shot or not. • You can download your prints to a computer soon after taking them. • Storage is much easier. You can takes hundreds of photos and store them on disks. Storing film takes up space and requires lots of boxes. • Enhancements are easier to make. • They are easier to print.Cons• Pictures get lost on the hard drive. • The digital pictures don't have the same look and feel as digital. • Printing them can get expensive if you're printing them at home. The cost of the color cartridges can add up. Film-Pros: • Easier to adjust camera to get the exact look you're going after. This is sometimes not the case with digital photos. • No need to have a disk, because you'll always have your photos to look at. You'll be forced to develop your photos. Film-Cons: • They are not as popular. • Lack of convenience.
• You have to wait to have you photos developed and the costs add up if you take a lot of pictures. • Every photo on the roll must be developed. • Cannot delete photos like you can with digital. When it comes to making your choice, one is not better then the other. It boils down to what you like. When it's time to make your camera purchase, consider both digital and film. If I had to choose for you, the choice would be digital because of the convenience of printing and storage. Being that I ware glasses, I can still get a good shot with digital. With film the photos can be fuzzy. While shopping for your camera at you local camera shops and camera stores, have a general idea of what you want to do with your camera as it relates to the type of medium you're interested in and the subjects you want to capture. Knowing what you want to get out of your photography will save you time and money and prevent you from wasting both. Also, be sure to set a spending budget for your camera and be firm with you budget. Don't let the sales person on the camera stores try to sell you more than what you need nor sell you something you do not want. By carefully reviewing these pros and cons, you'll be well on your way to making the best choice for your needs and desires as it relates to the type of camera that is best for you.
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