A Conversation with a Pro – Why Film Photography is Still So Attractive

Why Film Photography is Still So Attractive


A Conversation with a Pro – Why Film Photography is Still So Attractive

In this casual conversation, I sit down with Gabriel – an artist, educator, and professional photographer – to explore our first film experiences and why film photography is so attractive. We discuss the unique qualities of film that bring it to life and why it continues to captivate photographers and enthusiasts alike.

We also touch on my preferred camera system – a rangefinder – and why I love using this system for my photography. Tune in to learn more about the benefits of shooting with a rangefinder and how it can enhance your photographic experience.

And don’t forget to leave a comment below with your thoughts on the conversation! We’ll be selecting three winners with the best comments to receive a special prize. Thanks for watching!

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