Friday, July 29, 2005


Today I went and shot a picture I had taken previously with my old Nikon FE film camera. I wanted to see how much a difference there was between digital and film. The result? Not that much really, but just enough to make me prefer the film shot more. The film camera because of its age creates this effect where the corners of the picture darkens up. This creates a more moody picture compared to the perfect digital shot which results in a better picture.
Click here to see the film version of this picture.


Blogger 3baid said...

You could always wait for your digital camera to get old :P

8:11 AM, July 30, 2005  
Blogger jambino said...

The difference is undetectable. Is this a black and white picture or the environment happens to be grayish?

12:06 PM, July 30, 2005  
Blogger Mark said...

the environment is grayish. To see the difference check the corners, specially the bottom 2. You can see a dark gradient starting off at the corners and fade away into the picture.

its a subtle difference but its there. I should have actually used a more colorful picture to show the difference but i couldnt retake any of the ones i shot with film except for this one.

12:12 PM, July 30, 2005  
Blogger Zeeshan said...

You can always do things easily in photoshop

6:56 PM, August 01, 2005  

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