Lessons from the Field: Avoiding Some of the Perils of Digital Photography

“Late last year I sold my last film camera after realizing that I love the instant feedback of digital photography and the ability to process images myself

“Late last year I sold my last film camera after realizing that I love the instant feedback of digital photography and the ability to process images myself on the computer. I had shot digital and film cameras in tandem for several years, but with the advent of the Canon 1Ds, I decided to commit to being a strictly digital photographer. Shooting only digital has taught me the necessity of covering the number of potential points of failure, which are greater than when shooting film. Here are a few tips Iíve learned along the way.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE