“Shoot Film Not Megapixels” And Other Sh*t Film Photographers Say [Humor]

Sep 29, 2015

Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a photographer based in Hawi, Hawaii. You can follow her Twitter here and her personal life here.

“Shoot Film Not Megapixels” And Other Sh*t Film Photographers Say [Humor]

Sep 29, 2015

Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a photographer based in Hawi, Hawaii. You can follow her Twitter here and her personal life here.

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Need a laugh break? Take a look at the latest installment form DigitalRev. This time, the team is poking a little fun at film photographers by spouting off some of the (ahem) more self-righteous things that tend to come out of film enthusiast’s mouths. Of course, it’s all in good humor, but the look Kai gets while condescendingly mentioning how easy it is to take a photos with a digital in close earshot of a DSLR sporting photographer (2:39) is kinda priceless.

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3 responses to ““Shoot Film Not Megapixels” And Other Sh*t Film Photographers Say [Humor]”

  1. GS_790 Avatar
    GS_790

    Film is to photography as a carburetor is to automobiles.

    1. Ralph Hightower Avatar
      Ralph Hightower

      True. But there are a few cars and trucks with carburetors that are worth buying and driving. I’d love to own a 66 Ford Mustang again and also a Chevy El Camino.

  2. Ralph Hightower Avatar
    Ralph Hightower

    What Digital Rev does is for humor, much like what BBC’s Top Gear did with cars.
    As long as film continues to be produced and my film cameras still work, I will continue to shoot film. Why? Because I enjoy working with the medium and my film cameras still work, including my Canon A-1 that I bought new in 1980; I bought a used F-1N in 2013, so I don’t know the age of that camera.
    But I also have a DSLR, a Canon 5D Mk III; I find that I’m using the 5D more, but I will shoot film along with digital. With two film cameras, one is loaded with color and the other is loaded with B&W.