I only took up photography seriously during the digital boom of the last several years. Before that I had a nifty little film point & shoot. It was great for snapshots, which was all I was interested in at the time. Now that I have been shooting digitally for a few years I feel I should "test" myself with film a bit.
As you see in the photo above, I've been collecting cameras over the last couple years. I found that Polaroid at the flea market for less than $5 and it actually works! The Holga toy camera was passed on to me by my sister, and that old film camera was one that Lucas and I found a few summers ago, and that no one claimed.
We also have Lucas' Nikon N65 film camera which came to light when we moved last year. (Funny story, when we met he was the big photog and I was the total tourist amateur. Now those roles seem to have been reversed.)
Santa Claus also brought me this nifty thing
Which I have used exactly once so far.
I think that with all these cameras at my disposal I should be more creative with my photography! I especially want to include some film photos in my Project Life album.
Do you do any film photography? Can you pass along some tips?