Getting film is the only thing to do, and maybe why things happen the way they do. My best camera is a film camera, a Nikon FM2... fully manual, which is the beauty of it. It takes what I like to call "real" pictures. I haven't had the pleasure of knowing what a digital SLR is like, and frankly, I'd be thrilled to own a Nikon DSLR.
Anyway, the point is photographs.... and the little point & shoot can only show so much. It's not bad for taking random shots of stuff I've making, but if I'm out and shooting, I want to make more than snapshots.
Its been a long long time since I've lived with a camera slung over my shoulder. It was a way of life up until maybe 15 years ago. Not long after my father died, I started letting go of a lot things that were really important to me. December will be 17 years. He got to see photographs I developed and printed myself... that was cool.
But I digress...
Film... yes, gotta get some.