35 mm

Shooting on films is like inking on paper -- whatever the result is, you can only destroy it but not easily correct it, if it's not the intended one.

And yet, I like it more than the digital photography. Picture this: having limitless memory card and storage, people aim and shoot at objects thinkingless, knowing that the result may always be filtered, photoshopped or simply deleted. For free. When shooting on film you need to be more thoughtful and concentrated, as you have only the option to destroy the result.

Few months ago I bought two old 35 mm cameras and since then I feel the thrill of the old fashioned reality capturing. When you see the counter of the remaining frames never higher than 36, you are more selective to what piece of reality you gift the next shot.

Films that I am using expired long time ago, between 1993 and 2005.