These days technology allows us to express ourselves through photography in the best way possible. Dimitri Vasileiou talks about modern tools, ways of expression and those who are not very keen on such ideas
I remember a few years ago that the favourite film for landscape photography was the Fujifilm Velvia 50. Many landscape photographers love the reach and vivid colours and the highly contrasting images that it could produce. However, there was a drawback. If the film was used for long exposures of more than 10 seconds, the film lacked colour accuracy, even if you allowed for reciprocity failure. This meant that landscape photographers could not extend their creativity into long exposure photography.
Turn the clock forwards a few years and you find yourself amidst the digital era. Many things have…
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