Digital photography has many advantages over traditional film photography – practically, technically, creatively and even economically. Nearly 99% percent of all the cameras sold today are digital, but it is a handful minority of photographers who are able to use the massive power of digital cameras combined with advanced computer based image processing to their disposal.
The question is why? Given the fact that digital cameras are now much more affordable and increasingly pervasive with users, why isn’t most photographs dynamic or eye-catching as it is expected to be when it is taken with an advanced digital camera? The answer to this question, which boggles many budding snapshot lovers for sure is simple – To make the most of the advantages that the camera offers, one should perceive photography first as a creative art and should be passionate enough to explore the depths of the field that leads to perfection.