Photography is defined as the art, science, practice as well as application of generating hard-wearing pictures by recording light, either by image sensor or by electronic means. Photography as a discipline and medium has been shaped by technological change. Digital photography facilitates to experiment and undertake chances. The once munificent ratio between quality of picture and price diminished to insignificant margins. This has been mostly due to change in technology that bombard with such an astounding quantity of visual data which the eyes often turned insensitive. However, good photography is still considered as the same hard work as it was considered in the past (Snelling, 2015). Whether an individual is an established photographer or the one who simply enjoys the modern gear, good photography still requires commitment and patience. The essay provides an overview about several contemporary photographers who turned back to long outmoded technology to make their images, irrespective of the fact that photography has been shaped by technological change. With the initiation of computer technology, the days of handing out film and prints have disappeared. Most photographers demonstrate their work in the internet and hardly ever make prints. Anyone who still performs so is a true exemption.