has been over forty years since the invention of the first digital camera back in 1975. Despite it being only 0.01 megapixels, it started a revolution; it began the age of digital photography. Gone were the days of having to develop the film in a darkroom – instead, images were immediately stored to the memory of the camera, and photography became electronic, not chemical.
For my generation, many of our childhood memories will have been shot on film. I still remember running around aged seven with my disposable camera, taking blurry photographs of ducks with my finger over the lens in more shots than not, and waiting eagerly for my dad to get home with my newly developed photos for me to cram into the family photo albums.
Nowadays, memories can be created as simply as pressing a button on our phones. In the last decade, phone camera technology has made enormous strides in terms of quality, with better lenses and image stabilisation, and whilst your phone might never be able to rival a DSLR camera, the fact that photographs on your phone can be shared in a matter of seconds means that photography has become more accessible than ever before.
The advances in modern technology make photography considerably faster and easier.But it lost a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
This crowdfunding purpose is to raise awareness of the film camera .I want to let people know that film can do better than digital .
However ,there is some financial problem as I am a freelance photographer/videographer . I need to raise some money to support my daily expenses .
I would give 1 photo to 5 person that shoot with film once that have fund me over 20 $.