Unlike most film shooters who started shooting long before the digital revolution and continued till today, I actually first experienced film after digital gained popularity for a decade and well into the mainstream. In fact, I learned all my basics in photography with digital cameras and they're really perfect for the job. Snap, review, adjust & learn, and snap again.
Film, though, is totally different. When I just got my Nikon FA and started shooting film it was a whole new experience. It changed the way I see things, and I learned to appreciate the art of photography because I learned to think, be patient and careful when taking a photograph. And the results are often rewarding.
Here, again, are some photos from my archive. I recently reformatted my computer and lost some of my processed photos, but luckily I have backup of the scans and I processed it according to my current taste.
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia.
Film | A little bit about Film
Nikon FA, Fujifilm Velvia 50, Fujifilm Superia 400.