I guess this satirical ad (a plug for Decade Project) has been floating around online for a few weeks but I only discovered it recently. Love the levity. Love the 'stache. Love film. So I thought I'd share.
Hey, relax. It's a joke. Shoot whatever. I don't care.
Actually, aesthetic or whatever f*ck "film look" means aside, there is one major reason to shoot film: permanency. Even Vint Cerf said to print out digital photos if you want to preserve them. For a normal shooter who don't spray gun photos, 2 rolls per week is probably a good average. That's $10-$15 especially if you learn to process film yourself. So at $500-%750 a year, it's no worse than buying a good dSLR and see it depreciated.
Nowadays, I use my 4x5 and SWC a lot more than my M9. Will be picking up a 501CM kit soon.
Hadn't seen- and good to see...
Has the '70s camera B&W print ad aesthetics down!
Is this a digital Leica?
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