Thus far, I have been enthused about my return to the world of film from digital. There is something ethereal in images made with film that I have not been able to reproduce, even with advanced photoshop skills. It is just a different medium. I will still use the Canon and L lenses, especially in the winter or when using the Neutral Density filter with moving water, but Polaroid and Holgas have brought passion back into my work. A new treat on the way. I found a near mint Agfa Isolette III with f3.5 75mm Solinar and Synchro Compur Shutter on EBay for a good price. It has been CLA'd in the past by Jurgen Kreckel, in addition to having the bellows replaced. Hope to work a roll though it this weekend, but there are a lot of chores to do after screwing around with the grandkids on vacation for two weeks. The gardens are doing exceptionally well with such a hot and wet summer. The wren babies have literally "flown the coup" and the Eastern Bluebird babies are near ready to do the same.
"The artist's world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far from where he lives or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep." Paul Strand