JPG Member Interview: Penny Nannini

Posted by David Ozanich — 29 Oct 2010

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This week for the JPG Member interview we spoke with Penny Nannini, a photographer out of Tennessee.

I like that you are still primarily wedded to film over digital photography. What do you get from film that's different, or better, than what you get with digital?

In a word, everything. For me, in order to get the effect and the feel that I want in my photographs, film is the only way to go. Honestly, I've tried digital photography, and I'm just not very good at it. Also, I hate sitting for hours at the computer trying to get what I want out of pixels. I used to love spending hours in the darkroom though. I love holding an actual photograph in my hand.  I guess you could say that I am a tactile person.

Read the full interview and see more pictures here.

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