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Old 10-18-2011, 02:53 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by e46stallion View Post
good point.

but for me it is basically the opposite. i never shot film really before so for me i like the fact that you dont see the photo right away, it makes it exciting...sure it can get expensive but i really only plan on shooting for fun...i always have my digital slr.
More often than not, if I want to get something on film and I have time to think about it, I'll shoot digital first to get the right exposure then swap bodies and do it again in film.


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