Selecting the right film can be as important as choosing an appropriate lens. Some films are known for their bright, vibrant colors. Others are considered more accurate or capable of better reproducing flesh tones. Some films are sharper or have finer grain. Others are more sensitive to light and make it possible to shoot pictures in near darkness, or when very short shutter speeds are needed to freeze action. Your digital camera, too, probably provides the equivalent of film choice in the ISO (sensitivity) options, or various sharpness and color saturation settings. Photoshop can help when you choose the wrong film, or don't set your digital camera's controls exactly right. Your image editor will let you boost colors or tone them down, disguise noisy grain or emphasize it, and compensate for images exposed under less than ideal lighting.
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