Hello, I'm Carsten. Consultant by day, renegade photographer by night. Blessed to being doing what I love, every day. Self-professed teaholic. Mover. Shaker. Wine drinker. Animal lover. VW driver. But, in the end, I'm just a man from Germany with a camera that loves to travel. Why do I still shoot film? Good question, here are the answers: - medium and large format (beat that digital, not a chance) - curve response / tones in BW - for each film a use, for each film a grain, a range of tones etc. - you pay attention to how you shoot, I bet a digital only shooter can not claim the majority of his photos are publishable - exposure control, those cameras do what you want, they don't get in the way - cameras were made of titanium, steel and aluminium, not plastic - in BW, it just looks better ! - the pleasure of having to wait (which also makes you pay attention to the way you use your film) "The best camera is the one that's in your hands loaded with a fresh roll"
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