With the growing popularity of the digital camera there has been an on-going debate as to which of these two is better digital photography or film photography. The differences between these two are many each having its own advantages and disadvantages. To an amateur photographer, the differences may not be that apparent but to people who know their photography they can spot the differences a mile away.
It is only in the last few years that digital photography has grown to the point where it can rival film photography. The consensus at the moment is that digital photography is at par with if it has not surpassed film photography.
Most people prefer digital cameras because they are cheaper, easy to use and for the convenience that they provide. It is however important that one fully understand the differences between these two cameras before they can settle for either.
It may sound that digital photography is far much superior than film photography but the film camera has its advantages as well after all it had been used for centuries before the onset of the digital camera. At the end of the day digital photography or film photography is all a matter of choice.
Published: 07/13/2010 by Wedding Photographers
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