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Why even shoot 35mm over medium format?

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What's the point of shooting 35mm anymore?
I can get better results with my 5D and don't have to worry about developing and scanning etc.
Is medium format the only truly useful film format? Easier to scan, and it actually has a tangible advantage (i.e potential for resolution and high detail) over digital FF in some aspects, if you're willing to go the extra mile.
What's the deal?
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Segue Thread

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>post a photo of your own that corresponds to an object or motif in the picture in the post above yours.
Last one >>3169896
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The size of your wallpaper?

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In what size do you save your wallpaper? Do you use full xd for a small size or do you save the wallpaper in full size if you use a larger monitor?

Which way is better? What advantages will I get from each of them? Tell me about your experience of wallpapering.
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Your cat.

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Post pictures you've recently taken of your cat (or cats). Rate others' cats and cat photos.
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What’s on your backpack /p/
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Help a brother out

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It's the first time I'm posting here and I'm doing it now as a last resort. I often edit photos on the windows photo editor (10). Recently, however, the enhance photo option stopped working. Is anyone else experiencing this crap and does anyone knows how to fix it?
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ITT: things that don't deserve their own thread

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can we just ignore Chosis?

I'm tired of that attention whore that brings nothing good to this board
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HDR portraits

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post em if you got em
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Color Space InformationUncalibrated
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Is there really a huge gap between a 2005 and a 2018 camera?

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Pic related, took photo with a nikon D200 + sigma 24mm SUPER-WIDE MF.

And I thought the images looked good enough.

I feel people are being fooled into buying very expensive full frame cameras.
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Vertical Resolution300 dpi
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)36 mm
Equipment MakeNIKON CORPORATION

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Rate the photo out of 10