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Old 10-01-2019   #41
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No it isn't. People have been shooting concert photography for years before the advent of digital.
I did back in the seventies but I have to say it was hard work and the results (at least my results) were pretty bad.
No point in going down that road today for me at least.

Without being disrespectful I`m surprised that threads like this are still running in 2019.
I still use both and I still see other people using both.

We`re all trying to capture something in a way that is most pleasurable to us.

The fact that we each chose to do that in a different way doesn`t seem of itself to be remarkable.
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We`re all trying to capture something in a way that is most pleasurable to us.

The fact that we each chose to do that in a different way doesn`t seem of itself to be remarkable.
Well said.

In London twice in the last fortnight I've seen people using Nikon F2s for street photography and had a coffee shop barista (it always seems to be them) compliment me on my Leicaflex and say he uses a Nikon F. Meanwhile, all around, are people taking photos on their phones etc, or Fujifilm digital or big Canons.

All grist to the mill.
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Walking in downtown Vancouver in late August I spotted a fellow beside me at the corner of Granville and Georgia. He had a M2 with, IIRC, aBiogon 35mm.
I had my FM2 with 28/2.8 and Gordy's strap.
Nice Leica I said.
Nice Gordy's strap he said.
The light changed and we walked.
He took a shot of the pedestrians advancing towards us in the slanted late afternoon light.
I held my young son's hand and walked onwards to the Skytrain station.


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I still use both and I still see other people using both.

We`re all trying to capture something in a way that is most pleasurable to us.

The fact that we each chose to do that in a different way doesn`t seem of itself to be remarkable.
I use both. Film for specific projects or for the pleasure to use it. Digital for the convenience. As I said in another thread I even mix them!

Having said this I do not see many film users around...but in Italy we are always a little bit late with the "new things"

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I hope that film is coming back big time. I still have some really nice film cameras to sell.
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At the electronica dance concert I went to last Wednesday evening, there was not a single film camera in sight ... film is USELESS for recording an event like this! You need movie capture, sensitivity and dynamic range, and the ability to see whether what you just snapped succeeded. The smartphone rules.

Well, if you don't have the skills, then yes film is useless. Others, who have the technical chops can make fantastic images at concerts. I've seen thousands of great concert images, all shot on film.
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1980's Concert Photography - Film, Handheld (Berklee Performance Center)
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1980's Concert Photography - Film, Handheld (Berklee Performance Center)


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I was free to walk around and obtain these different angles. I was just in the audience but back then, not with professional credentials. This was allowed . I was careful not to block people's view.
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Processing. The Weak Point. Sure, cameras abound, film can be easily had.....but the processing (accessible to grandmas and tourists) is tough to find. In my little home town (pop 4500), years ago...you could drop film off at any of the following: two grocery stores, two drug stores, the 5&10, , Reesers hobby shop and a wall mart a few miles away. Plus, film mailers were available easily as well. Today, an inept Walgreens stumbles forward with $15 per roll of 35.
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Processing. The Weak Point. Sure, cameras abound, film can be easily had.....but the processing (accessible to grandmas and tourists) is tough to find. In my little home town (pop 4500), years ago...you could drop film off at any of the following: two grocery stores, two drug stores, the 5&10, , Reesers hobby shop and a wall mart a few miles away. Plus, film mailers were available easily as well. Today, an inept Walgreens stumbles forward with $15 per roll of 35.

You're lucky. Our Walgreens dropped film processing years ago. Costco too. Every lab except for one that I know of has closed up shop recently. And even the one lab remaining hardly has any throughput, doing only a single run of processing per week. And they can process only one type of film, C41 in 35mm size. You are out of luck if you shoot 120 film, E6, or B & W.
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I was in the Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride and took my M3. The official photographer was a guy in his 50s, shooting a giant Nikon DSLR. After the group shot, he came to me and said, "everyone is oogling the old motorcycles, I am oogling your old camera." Had several others come up to me and ask "is that a film camera" which led to "I have a bunch at home I'm looking to sell..." That's how I get my cameras and lenses actually. Few older people seem willing to go back to film. Young willing to try it.
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I was in the Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride and took my M3. The official photographer was a guy in his 50s, shooting a giant Nikon DSLR. After the group shot, he came to me and said, "everyone is oogling the old motorcycles, I am oogling your old camera." Had several others come up to me and ask "is that a film camera" which led to "I have a bunch at home I'm looking to sell..." That's how I get my cameras and lenses actually. Few older people seem willing to go back to film. Young willing to try it.
That really has been my experience. Just wandering around with a Rolleiflex or a Leica at old car events I have been offered three dark rooms, several cameras and much reminiscing.
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I happily use both on a regular basis. My daily driver is a Fuji X100F and a Leica M4 with a 21mm SA. No one seems to notice me with this setup. Substitute the Leica with a Rolleiflex and everyone notices me.
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By the way, while film might "be back", apparently the camera store is not (based on many of the replies found in another recent thread around here). Interesting times.
I'm in Zagreb right now.

I walked past the "Foto Studio Central" on Ilica this morning. They offered a pretty decent selection of film. The place resembled the US camera stores of my younger days with lots of film on shelves behind the cash register.
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Nowhere interesting.
I find the concert film shots being posted very interesting. Most of them are a very cool trip (!) down memory lane.
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I find the concert film shots being posted very interesting. Most of them are a very cool trip (!) down memory lane.



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That's superb Ted!
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That's superb Ted!

Let's be clear here, I didnt take that shot! I'm just cherry picking classic rock photographs to point out that great images were made in these environments with film.
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Ok!

A pro friend used to shoot concerts with film and got similar results. It can be done.
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CharlesDAMorgan "A pro friend used to shoot concerts with film and got similar results. It can be done."

It has been done! There was a lot of great photography under difficult conditions before the advent of digital photography circa mid 1980s....
I guess Jim Marshall never got the memo that it wasn't possible....

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"A pro friend used to shoot concerts with film and got similar results. It can be done."

It has been done! There was a lot of great photography under difficult conditions before the advent of digital photography circa mid 1980s....

For me, that's the whole appeal of film: that making the great shot is more difficult, challenging, and requires skill. With today's digital cameras you can just up the ISO to 12800 or higher and take low light shots with ease. Sorry, I dont see the point. You're just a button pusher at this point then.
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"A pro friend used to shoot concerts with film and got similar results. It can be done."

It has been done! There was a lot of great photography under difficult conditions before the advent of digital photography circa mid 1980s....
I know; not sure why this is such a mystery especially on this forum.
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It's good to see renewed interest in film and it's good to see old cameras being used again, rather than sitting idle or being thrown away.

I love film and film cameras, but also use digital in situations where I feel it's a more suitable choice.

Anyway, I am both perplexed and possibly envious that other people here report the comments they receive about their cameras. Since the early 1990's I, too, would shoot motorsports at Portland and Seattle raceways (PIR, SIR), both in film and digital, and not get a single comment about my cameras. Whether I'm walking around in town, tourist spots, anywhere, medium format (Hasselblad, RB67, Rolleiflex), or 35mm (Nikon, Canon Leica, Exakta, anything...), nobody deems it worthy of comment. Only Polaroid has elicited surprise: once by a lady I was with who was embarrassed that I had an SX-70 with me and once by a lady at the Festival of Cars (Bend, Ore.) who commented to her husband that I still had film for "that old Polaroid".
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For me, that's the whole appeal of film: that making the great shot is more difficult, challenging, and requires skill. With today's digital cameras you can just up the ISO to 12800 or higher and take low light shots with ease. Sorry, I dont see the point. You're just a button pusher at this point then.
I get what you mean, but the choices of composition and content are still there... what to shoot and in which way. Unless you think how you frame an image doesn't matter... to me, how you choose to frame an image is the essence of photography, not how slow of a shutter speed you can handhold. If only holding a slow shutter speed handheld makes a photo good, then one might as well be shooting guns.
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I get what you mean, but the choices of composition and content are still there... what to shoot and in which way. Unless you think how you frame an image doesn't matter... to me, how you choose to frame an image is the essence of photography, not how slow of a shutter speed you can handhold. If only holding a slow shutter speed handheld makes a photo good, then one might as well be shooting guns.

There arent a lot of framing options when you are photographing at a concert or night club. You have certain limitations that keep you in your place and so executing the shot, documenting the performance, is where the challenge is. And as we have seen above, it can be done and done well with film.
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CharlesDAMorgan "A pro friend used to shoot concerts with film and got similar results. It can be done."

It has been done! There was a lot of great photography under difficult conditions before the advent of digital photography circa mid 1980s....
I guess Jim Marshall never got the memo that it wasn't possible....
I`ve been following Jim Marshalls work since 1969.
One of my all time favourite photographers .
Amelia Davies is doing a great job today promoting his work with new books and exhibitions.
Yes it certainly can be done but more often than not it`s beyond my pay grade.
I wish it wasn`t .
In that respect digital is much easier .
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And as we have seen above, it can be done and done well with film.
I can agree with that... it was silly to think it couldn't be done. My point is that just because you can use ISO 6400 these days doesn't make a good photography bad. You could jack up Tri-X to 1600 or use Ilford 3200 in the past too.
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Those stage & follow spot lights can be bright so picking the right moment to 'click' certainly helps.
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The point about digital being The Choice for low light is fair. While it CAN be done well with film, the cost of the ones that are not keepers are high for non-pros.

Pros these days wouldn't even think about shooting a low light concert with film, unless they were going for some kind of niche angle.

Adams shot landscapes in B&W with an 8x10 view camera because those were the limitations of his day. You can bet if he were born more recently, he'd have shot digital, maybe medium format digital.
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The point about digital being The Choice for low light is fair. While it CAN be done well with film, the cost of the ones that are not keepers are high for non-pros.

Pros these days wouldn't even think about shooting a low light concert with film, unless they were going for some kind of niche angle.

Adams shot landscapes in B&W with an 8x10 view camera because those were the limitations of his day. You can bet if he were born more recently, he'd have shot digital, maybe medium format digital.
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And what amount of keepers have to do with film and low light?
Take a measure and expose. I have done it. Under low light.

Those “digital rules” passages seems to come from those who didn’t learned film enough, yet. Sorry.
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The point about digital being The Choice for low light is fair. While it CAN be done well with film, the cost of the ones that are not keepers are high for non-pros.
Fair points about digital and low light if iso3200 is insufficient to capture skin tones, but if that's the case the lighting kind of sucks anyway so your task is doubly difficult regardless of how you capture the image.

As for cost of non-keepers, meh, who cares. This is art.

If I had to photograph performers on stage frequently I'd probably use digital for convenience. Thankfully I don't.

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Adams shot landscapes in B&W with an 8x10 view camera because those were the limitations of his day. You can bet if he were born more recently, he'd have shot digital, maybe medium format digital.
Predicting how dead photographers would work today if they were only alive strikes me as kind of silly. Maybe Adams would be a pianist instead, or a painter. He lived in California; maybe he would have been a skateboarder, YouTube "influencer" or some other thing. What if Adams was born in 2007?
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jawarden "Maybe Adams would be a pianist instead, or a painter. He lived in California"

Well he was an accomplished pianist. & BTW Smaug.... A Adams did use medium format... Hasselblad Here's an example: http://anseladams.com/portfolio/3012/
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Well he was an accomplished pianist.
Yes, that's why I mentioned it. :-)
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What I found notable about the original post was that the person commenting on the use of film / film cameras was a casual bystander so to speak. When someone that is not heavily involved with photography takes notice of such things it represents a different sort of awareness.

As has been pointed out already in this thread, film has never disappeared. But I imagine that there are a large number of people in this world that feel this is the case. So when some of those people see enough photographers using film cameras that they take notice then I do find this interesting.

My level of photographic activity is actually quite low. Not that I am proud of admitting this here on this forum but I can be seen walking around with my film camera very infrequently. Yet even I have received numerous comments and questions from a surprising number of strangers about my camera and the use of film. That is what I thought this thread started out examining — the public’s perception of film photography as it stands today.
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... What if Adams was born in 2007?
then iPhone.

The youngest "next AA" is probably on Instagram today.
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