Image Description: This picture is of a box of Ilford Delta, 36 exposure, black and white film. With all the hype of digital cameras, rolls of film are becoming less and less profitable. The era of digital cameras has put people in control of the photographs that they take, allowing each individual to decide whether or not they want to print them at all. Still, there are examples where film simply does a better job; for example, film is much better at being rescanned years later, while digital images are stuck in whatever quality the picture was taken in. Film also will record and reproduce in a broader range of colors, important for achieving deeps reds in print. Finally and most importantly, film will never erase itself or become unreadable for no apparent reason!
Image category: Creativity (Writing, Design, Photography, etc)
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