In today’s fast-paced digital age, where high-resolution images and instant sharing dominate the photography landscape, film photography continues to captivate a growing community of enthusiasts. While the convenience and accessibility of digital photography cannot be denied, film photography offers a unique and immersive experience that has found its place in our increasingly digital world. Embracing the Tangibility One of the undeniable charms of film photography lies in the tangible nature of the medium.
A short tip in case you’re using a digital camera - mirrorless or similar - with an adapter to mount a manual focus lens. The common way to perform manual focus with mirrorless cameras is to use focus peaking and focus magnification. This approach gives mixed results, as the focus peaking highlighs hides the image details while focusing, sometimes becoming visualy too intrusive and blocking the subject. The alternative way is to set the camera JPG sharpness to the maximum available value.