Barry Lyndon is among my top 5 movies every landscape photographer should see. Often heralded as the most visually beautiful film ever made, that accolade alone should pique the interest of anyone working in a visual medium, and should provide enough temptation for any landscape photographer to put on the popcorn.Read More
Days Of Heaven ranks high on my list of movies every landscape photographer should watch for the sole reason it's a film that's shot almost exclusively in the golden and blue hours.Read More
An ongoing quip in the advantage of film over digital is “film makes you think”.
Now I concede the relative low storage capacity of film versus ever increasing gigabytes of memory cards will give film users pause, as there’s more reasons to be conscious of pressing the shutter. After all you’re using a finite non-reusable resource unlike a infinitely reusable memory card. What I don’t buy into is that by being forced to take less shots makes you a better photographer.Read More