Film is sharp and clean when shot correctly :) If you were using studio lights and had a setting of f/32 with a shutter speed of 1000 and ISO 50 film, I assure you it's sharper and cleaner than digital. Here is one of my most favorite portrait series ever, Richard Avedon's "In The American West" : http://www.richardavedon.com/#s=0&a=0&mi=2&pt=1&pi=10000&p=7&at=0
Now tell me that's not sharp.
Well, you are something! :P Thanks :)
I left you a question on your blog, so I shant bother you with it on here. I’ll just wait until you get round to it. I await with baited breathe!
Completely. Most people are either 100% film or 100% digital. I love the shots that film takes, very dreamy, very flawed, but all character building. But I also love how sharp and clean digital photographs are. Looks like I shall just sit on the wall for now :)
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