The celluloid filmmaking purists are greatly outnumbered these days.
Interesting. But when I watch a movie, I really can't tell if it was digital or film. The real problem is when the video is shot at a higher frame rate ( Hobbit at 48 fps ) or higher. This takes away the "look" of film and now it looks like a tv soap opera. This suspends the disbelieve factor and everything looks like it is on a theater stage. Can't handle that. I hope that trend doesn't happen.
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