Digital cameras are getting good enough that photography as a hobby and profession is accelerating its long, slow move from film. The new breed of digital SLRs heading into the $1K range will make an amateur photographer out of lots of folks who have been, to date, only casually taking family pictures or the like with digital. I expect many of us will wind up delving into this world over the next few years.
So what do you use to take pictures? Have any shots you're particularly proud of? Any hints or tips? Find any online resources that are especially helpful? Post links if you've got 'em. Also, what do you love about film that digital just can't give you? Or is that question out of date?
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