My passion for photography started when my father came home with a store-bought DIY Home B&W Film Developer Kit when I was ten years old. His camera was an old Kodak box camera that utilized 120 film, which he would develop and make contact prints. I still have the black plastic developer tank and the small 7.5 watt red safety light. After learning how to use the equipment, I was off and running.
Today, my gear is a a little more sophisticated, a full-frame sensor mirrorless Sony A7M4. However, from time to time, I still shoot film on an old Nikon-FM with Series-E lenses. My favorite film is Kodak Tri-X, ISO 400. Even now in the day of Photoshop CC, developing film and making prints is quite satisfying.
Keith Hamilton is a free-lance photographer, focusing on Portraiture, Street, Landscape, Astrophotography, Weddings, Engagements; Human Being, exceeding the partially-lived life; Part-time Holistic Gumshoe, differentially mindful.