I'm 23 now, but I've been into film since I was 16 maybe, but it was only a couple months after I bought my first DSLR and got "serious" about photography that I became "serious" about film as well, which is kinda odd. But I've always liked doing things with my hands, so maybe the digital process wasn't hands-on enough for me. I still shoot digital for assignments and difficult shots (i.e. when getting the shot is more critical than my artistic wishes), but nearly 95% of my private work is in film.
I am 42, look like I am 52 and feel like I am 72. Good times.
Oh yeah, 32... I remember it like it was 20 years ago. :D
Just turned 47 this week! I've been shooting film since the late 70's and apart from my iPhone I don't (and have never) owned a digital camera.
I've used various formats - started off with 127, then 110 before buying my first 'serious' camera, a Pentax ME Super and have used 35mm up until this year when I finally got around to medium format. Loving film and don't see any reason to quit....
61 first camera at 14: Box Tengor 6x9 >first darkroom; Lubitel for 5 years > Ricoh slr > Nikon fm > Nikon D200:)>Mamiya 330f > Contax g2 > ERKO 1924 9x12 plate>RZ67>Rolleiflex sl66se and a lot of plastic fun camera's. Still proud owner of all my camera's.
I will be 52 this year and the urge to shoot and develop film has never left me for 30 of those years. I just never saw the attraction of digital since mono film gives me everything I want or need in an imaging system. I also like the fact that I can buy film cameras at bargain prices compared to what they once cost. Pro quality Nikon slrs for the cost of a semi disposable p&s digital.