Hello! Part of my senior year in high school requires me to do a senior project. I chose to do Analogue Photography as my topic. Photography is my hobby, and that I have been using film as my main medium for over a year now. I will (and have already started) experimenting with most aspects of non-digital processes, such as contact printing, developing color film, etc. As part of this project I am required to interview person(s) that are professionals or are knowledgeable of the topic. I have decided that posting a set of open questions here would be a excellent method of conducting these interviews. I will post the questions below. If you do not feel comfortable answering them you can PM or Email them to me. My email is photigragraphy(at)gmail(dot)com. The interviews will be transposed into a formal paper for my class in the coming months. Aside from whoever views this thread, only my teacher and I will be reading the responses. Questions: 1. What is your name? (Screen name is OK too) 2. Explain how you discovered photography. 3. How does film and other analogue processes and products affect you and your photography? 4. What is your opinion of the "Digital Revolution"? 5. Do you believe that analogue photography will continue to exist in the future? 6. Any comments, stories, tips, you would like to share? Thank you for spending your time to help me out with my project. I truly appreciate it. If this is in the wrong forum please move it or delete it.