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Do we want a wedding photographer who shoots film or digital?

Posted by Mike Voss on Wednesday, August 8, 2012, In : wedding photography 

Nowadays many people find it hard to tell the difference between film and
digital capture, and photographers will tell you that what they do is best.
You’ll need to trust yourself and go with what you like.

Recently there has been a movement, by some photographers, back to film
because they like the look of it. Most non-photographers, it seems to me, would
be hard pressed to tell the difference.


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What is ISO speed and why should you care?

Posted by Mike Voss on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, In : improving your photography 

If you want to take your photography to the next level you’ll need to learn
what some of your camera’s manual settings mean, and how to make them
work for you. ISO is a good place to start.

ISO stands for International Standardization Organization and their film
speed ratings are used to indicate the amount of light necessary for a proper
photo exposure. A film, or digital media, rated at ISO 200 requires half as much
light as digital media rated at 100.

This means you can take a...


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