The only thing that compensates for the frustrations of shooting film in the 2000's (shooting analogue SRL for that matter) is the sense of full accomplishment when a picture turns out good and you just know it was your job. You set the right aperture, ASA, shutter speed and focused on your own. You did everything by yourself. Who cares if half of the pictures look crappy? You did it once. One picture came out great. And if you did it once, you can do it again: 100% manually, 100% awkward and unsure, but it's just you and the camera.
ps: That's Alexandra, my little darling.
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