There is something truly magical with shooting in film--something that digital will never capture: the fusion of light and celluloid, the images that form when chemicals react. The basic, basic science of it all, of capturing light.
Here are some photos from a DIY pinhole camera, a birthday gift for the boyfriend last September. Ige and I assembled it one afternoon in October, but I only
got to finish the roll this month (I think I'm the one who will be using it more often, ha ha). Will try bw film in it (and endless panorama, and multiple exposures...) next time.