I began shooting eight years ago with a Yashica Electro 35. From there I transitioned to digital, with a 30D (gave it to a friend), a 7D (sold it), and now an EM-5 (which is currently up for sale...go figure). With each progressive "upgrade" to my kit I was feeling more and more detached from the photographic process and the images I was capturing. I missed the intimacy I felt when I was using my Electro.

So here I am. I've signed up for a darkroom class at a local college, and picked up an F3. A family friend recently gifted me 90 rolls of 135. And not two months into my analog adventure, I'm resurrecting a Pocket Kodak and learning to shoot 120.

It feels good to be back.