Take Better Pictures by Thinking Like an Old-School Photographer

This is a great Epson Blog post.

“Film photographers were lucky: The cost and time it took to shoot film meant they had no choice but to get good. They only had 36 photos per $10 roll of film — which meant any photo they took was one less shot they’d get to take later — and even to see if they got what they wanted, they had to spend another $10 for prints. Every press of the shutter button cost them a little over 50 cents, and having to wait until the roll was developed also meant there was no way of knowing, on the spot, if they had messed up. If they missed the shot, that was it.” MORE

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