It seems like there is always this issue that i have with digital users whenever i share with them my film experiences...
Somehow because of my over enthusiasm in film photography topics, it seems that my sharing and discussion often ened up to a heated conversation of either i was perceived saying film is better than digital (where it will spark a whole new range of argument) or trying to convert them into a film user.
While i really do not have the intention for the above, it always ended off quite unpleasant.
Do you ever face such issues before? For me, i think that i will just contain each discussion within the group dedicated to either film or digital and if i really have to say, i will pen it down here...after all it's just a hobby.
So here's just my little personal thoughts...for the past 2 days, shooting street with the Fuji XE1 and my M2, i personally enjoyed the session with my M2 more. It's really personal, and while some say shooting film is a zen like experience, i agreed. Looking at the images from it has more feel.
With the under-saturated colors, rough texture, grains and the imperfection of the unknown images, it just sum up to a perfect experience and journey for the images. While the professional can relate better the feel in their images, i can't but i still love the process.
Leica M2, CV25mm f4
Kodak Profoto XL