Concept

Analog photography

Summary
Analog photography, also known as film photography, is a catch-all term for photography that uses chemical processes to capture an image, typically on paper, film or a hard plate. These analog processes were the only methods available to photographers for more than a century prior to the invention of digital photography, which uses to record images to digital media. Film cameras use photographic emulsions, light falling upon silver halides is recorded as a , which is then subjected to photographic processing, making it visible and insensitive to light. Contrary to the belief that digital photography gave a death blow to film, analog photography not only survived, but actually expanded across the globe. With the renewed interest in traditional photography, new organizations (like Film Is Not Dead, Lomography) were established and new lines of products helped to perpetuate analog photography. In 2017, BH Photo & Video, an e-commerce site for photographic equipment, stated that film s
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