It has been decided. i am moving in the direction of using only film. well, mostly film. we live in a digital world; it is almost impossible not to use a digital camera anymore. considering that being a photographer today almost always means you shoot families, weddings, seniors, etc. because of this, there is a need to take pictures faster and to take a lot of them at once. with my little 35mm film camera that has a manual focus, that is a little difficult. but anyways, what i am saying is i am going to be daring and keep film close to my heart. digital will just be a fall back. i feel like aiming to use primarily film will push me to really analyze my surroundings more and not take a shot until i know it's all set up right. digital cameras have made photographers lazy. you can just click, click, click a million times and hope for the shot you wanted, or if something is wrong in the frame a photographer says, "I can just photoshop that out". not that photoshop is bad or anything, but like i said, it's just made us a bit lazy. Just my feeling on it.
Oh ps, this means someone needs to start me a film fund. this is gonna get expensive.