As of lately, I have acquired a very strong preference toward images taken with film cameras. There is something about the medium itself that is almost personal, and I absolutely adore this. The photos tell a story, as do the lighting and subject. I have always been a sucker for older casual photos that contain a great amount of simplicity, and convey some sort of emotion through lighting, subject, position, and human/animal interaction. Tones and colors may be faded, but this in itself helps tell the story behind the image. I have been experimenting seriously with film for only a few months, and I have such a strong affection towards it, that I may begin to experiment further and actually upload an occasional piece on deviant. I would prefer to have a gallery that contains a mix of conceptual, digital images, and simplistic film images. At the moment I am currently using a Canon AE1, and possibly a Rolleiflex in the future if I ever get the money. Film is becoming a lost medium in the digital age, and I really want to keep this tradition alive. Is you use film, what kind of camera do you generally use? Even disposable film cameras can be a great thing.
Mini feature dedicated to those who still use film: