If you’re wondering about what all the talk is about the difference between shooting Digital vs. Film, you’ll find the basics here.
Since this is information for you just starting out, I would feel really bad if I got you too frustrated and confused to the point you couldn’t even use your new digital camera; or worse, lost all enthusiasm for it.
So, I’m gonna keep it simple for now. (If you’re a seasoned photographer and want to get in on the latest debates and technical talk about the dynamic topic of film vs digital, you’ll have to wait till I’ve finished that page!
For the regular gal, or guy, a good quality brand name digital camera will be the best gadget you’ll ever own! But there are a few things you need to know first, because it’s not quite the same as your old film camera.
Complete details (and much more), and some well-guarded pro tips for understanding the differences between digital vs. film can be found in my new almost free photography e-book. It’s an easy-to-read manual and you get get it now – instant download too!
Digital vs. Film – what’s the difference, really?
Let’s look at the basic aspects of the digital vs. film comparison, for you, the new digital camera user.
- Image quality for enlargements – what everyone wants to know (coming soon)
- Digital Noise – digital grain
- Dynamic Range – exposure issues
- Depth of Field – some surprises (coming soon)