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Why is that noise works some times but not others? +Rhea Hickok +Brandon S. Warren? Does there have to be overwhelming redeeming qualities to the capture to make it work?
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Grain is very nostalgic, and I think it comes down to whether or not the photo has the elements to make you believe it could be film. I like this one, but I think images with a less obvious light source are the true grain champions :) Check out what Visual Supply Company just came out with - they're creating quite the stir by making digital images look so film-like. A lot of industry veterans are upset by the ease of it but I think it's great and I love the look on the right images.
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"When you photograph people in colour you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in B&W, you photograph their souls!"
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That is a fascinating quote. Psychologically it makes sense, when there aren't any colors the most interesting thing in the picture to our minds is the human face.

The cinema industry in the 50's lamented the switch to color film because so many of the cinematographers felt like the artistry of the film was lost. I feel like this parallels the history of art. For so long the driving force in canvas and sculpture was to reproduce realistic forms, impressionistic painting was a response to this.
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