I’ve been shooting a lot of film lately, mainly to explore the way photography used to be before the digital age took over. With film you don’t fire off random pictures because you can, no, with film, every shot you take costs money and unless you want to spend money on random junk that does not matter then you are forced to think about what you’re shooting. Making certain the first time that you’ve got the exposure perfect and the frame composed well. Another interesting thing about film is that there aren’t many controls on the camera. They don’t give you a million menus to sort through in order to find how to change the (insert camera feature here). With film cameras you have a viewfinder, a shutter button, a shutter speed and aperture dial, a lens and film. Not much to interfere with the process of taking photos. I believe this focuses you on what you’re doing instead of on the camera. Anyways, that was my sales pitch for film cameras. Here are the photos I took with mine.