2. Surprise. You just never know what might come out, with digital I become abit obsessed with taking the same photo over and over to get the perfect shot. With film you have 24 shots per roll, make them count!
3. Choices. There is such a wide variety of film cameras out there it's a little overwhelming and amazing at the same time. You can pick them up so cheap these days to, I got a panoramic point and shoot at the weekend for £1.99 which I can't wait to try out.
4. Instant development. There's nothing better than shooting a Polaroid and watching it develop in front of your eyes.
5. Excitement. The rush you feel when you've finished a roll and take it for development. The anticipation of seeing the actual images you worked so hard on. It never gets old.
6. Double exposures. Means endless possibilities!
8. Makes you think. When shooting with a full manual camera you have to slow down and really think about the aperture, speed, ISO. There no auto mode so you have to know what your doing.
9. It's fun!
10. Tangible. Digital files sit on your computer waiting to be printed but you just never seem to get round to it. With film you get to hold the prints in your hand and keep them forever. You can relive special moments without logging onto your computer.
Image 1 taken at a shoot curated by Leanne Findler, Jessica Shaw and Daisy Thomas
Image 3 taken at a shoot curated by Leanne Findler