Why I still shoot on film...

Because it makes me slow down and gives me the opportunity to be a simple human being part of the action, rather than an outsider. That's my take on it. 

 Somewhere in the street of San Diego, Cali.

Somewhere in the street of San Diego, Cali.

 Somewhere in the street of Santiago, Chile

Somewhere in the street of Santiago, Chile

 Somewhere in the Yukon

Somewhere in the Yukon

So to answer to the question, I still shoot on film because I did not, until last week, had a DSLR. I had a few mirrorless, which I did hate (Olympus PEN gives the least real colour rendition possible, Fuji is plagued with industry's worst battery life and autofocus lag). I had a Nikon F55 and a F5. Film is cheap. So I did still shoot on film. 

There is also some unique trait with film. The colour rendition is spectacular. There is no match to it ! 

 Easter Island on Portra 160

Easter Island on Portra 160

 Kodak Gold ISO 400 in Carcross, Yukon

Kodak Gold ISO 400 in Carcross, Yukon

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