. . . You really know how to handle a wide dynamic range image especially if shooting in B&W (with apologies to the Romantics.)
Spotted on a photo forum:
" 'However, for dynamic range, film wins hands down. It is almost shocking to slave over digital raw photos on the computer for hours (or weeks, or months), trying to rescue highlights, then shoot a roll of film. It's like, "You mean, it's that easy?' "
I mean, yeah, film.