How is it changing, what do you see next?
Digital photography has been around for over 40 years. I started digital photography in 1979 because it was something that had not been invented yet. I used to use film. For me, there is nothing as beautiful as a photograph taken on film. It is like something that has been in a studio all day long and comes out exactly the way you want it and in perfect form. As for the digital, I don’t personally see it as a “technology” that is going to “revolutionize” the way our world looks, but instead as a tool that will help us to create more beautiful images.
Are there any “photography basics” that have changed in that time, or does every kind of photography involve a bit of that?
There are a lot of things that have changed in the last 40 years or so. First off, I think you will see in the future that digital photos will often be less than the real thing. Second, I think that digital has been around for so long that it is difficult to grasp the changes. Digital has become so ubiquitous that it is difficult to understand the difference. Third, I think that as time has gone on, I am more and more convinced that this is just the beginning, that digital has not yet reached the apex of sophistication and therefore can never truly be called “modern.” In my opinion, digital does not really need to be more like film, but in many ways it is. Because film makes the process almost easy, digital photographs are much more difficult to take and produce. Now that I am an adult looking to travel the world, when I start photographing, I do not really have the luxury of taking photographs that look digital—I can’t find the camera in my backpack. A lot of time, instead of using my camera on my phone, I take it home and use that for a period that will last me a few days. Also, digital photos take longer to process, so photos are often better when taken on film—when we are shooting them with a film camera, we are not just looking at the actual image, but we are also looking at the shadows, and we are also capturing the nuances of color. Because of this, I would be amazed if there ever were a film photographer of any kind that could do what I do.
Do you believe that if film were still around, the field of digital would be drastically affected?
There is an argument to be made of
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