The professional photographer and the amateur photographer can find many advantages to digital photography. These include, but are not limited to:
* Without wasting storage space, the professional photographer can review, edit, and even remove a photo, while assessing composition and lighting.
* The versatility of management, including color and file, manipulation, and printing abilities, creates a much faster workflow than film cameras.
* It is much easier to modify and manipulate digital images than it is to modify negatives and prints.
* Special effects that are available on a digital camera can give much more dramatic results than film cameras.
* With the clear images provided by new digital cameras, tripods are a thing of the past in most instances. This is due to the anti-shake tools now available.
* Hundreds of images can be stored on your computer with a minimum of space allowing easy access for editing. It is much less expensive to store data on a computer than on rolls of film and negatives. In addition, the professional can take time to view them, saving only the best for use.
* Digital cameras are much more compact, allowing a freedom of movement when going on difficult shoots.
* Reviewing images and techniques are much easier as data can be stored directly on the photo, including; camera type, date and time, film speed, flash used, and shutter speed.
* Hundreds of photos can be taken without the need to constantly change film.
* Your home darkroom is now color, and editing your pictures is much less expensive. This eliminates the high cost of film processing and the added problems of storing rolls of file and negatives.
Manufacturers are now promoting the use of digital cameras to photojournalists by increasing the quality of cameras, by developing a quality of photograph that is comparable to 35mm models of the past.
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