Like many shooters who work part or full-time behind the lens, several years back I "made the switch" from film to shooting a majority of work on digital. While the digital workflow was at first something of a godsend at first, my use of 35mm and medium-format films never went away completely. Eventually, I started encountering situations where the digital workflow was oddly enough more cumbersome to deal with than shooting analogue. Cut to the present day, more than 50% of my work has now gone back to film. There are many instances where the look simply can't be duplicated digitally, or at best it requires a great deal of time beating up the digital files in Photoshop. In the adventure riding arena, durability of the cameras and media was a huge incentive to start leaving the digital bodies at home. This thread is by no means trying to start a debate of which is better. Rather, just to throw some images out there that are captured in what has become an atypical way. I've got an extensive library of 35mm, 120mm, b/w, Dr5, E6, x-process, and Polaroid taken over the past couple years & plan on putting a handful of images together to post here. If nothing else this hopefully provides a different flavour of eye candy. Better yet, possibly inspire some other people to dust off that old 35mm in the closet & load a roll of whatever is available at Walmart, you might be surprised.