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Many photographers prefer roll film for its unique aesthetic, the tangible nature of prints, and the unpredictability that can lead to serendipitous results. Additionally, film has a dynamic range that captures more detail in shadows and highlights, often resulting in more natural and pleasing colors.
Photography 35mm film typically has a broader dynamic range than many digital sensors. This means it can capture more details in both the darkest shadows and the brightest highlights, often resulting in images with a more natural tonal transition.
Working with roll film requires patience and precision. Unlike digital photography, where you can instantly review images, film photographers have to wait until the film is developed. Additionally, sourcing and storing film, as well as finding reputable labs for development, can be challenging.
The resurgence has led to a renewed interest in analog photography techniques and has brought back many film cameras and films that had previously been discontinued. It has also fostered a community of film enthusiasts who share knowledge, techniques, and a passion for the medium.