Wednesday, 16 January 2013
Hiroshi shoots film
Why do you shoot film, Hiroshi?
My answer is "Digital cameras cannot change the CMOS". And the setting is for average, normal photographers.
With film camera, as you can seen I use many kinds of film, developing method is variable, making the best choice for the circumstances.
For example, this image is taken with Microfilm in 135 size. The camera plus lens weighs only 500g. The definition is superior to the most of the images from digital cameras.
You can see more of Hiroshi's photos on his Flickr.
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