I may be sticking my foot in my mouth, but I think this may be an interesting discussion whether it has any photographic value is open for discussion. I started taking photos of my first born in the mid 60’s. Yes I remember the 60’s. My interest increased to the point that I spent hours at a time developing, printing and drying B&W images, from 4x6 to 16x20. For a few years I developed slides, until I realized I didn’t have much control as I did with B&W. Now I still continue to take some B&W photos with film, but most of my images are now digital. Since my interest lies with both film and digital, I read and contribute to both within this forum. I have noticed that the opinions express in the film posts are more defined and less flexible than opinions under the digital posts. I find that I still have my favorite and go to film, however, I don’t that that same commitment to digital sofeware. Question: Do you think that is due to, each film has its specific purpose and functions best under very specific conditions, therefore, each film user’s opinion has to be set and inflexible, whereas, digital photography is in constant change, therefore digital user’s have to be more flexible in their photography and in their opinion?