Closest I've come for shooting film, I got some grief for shooting a construction site at night in singapore, some guy came up and flashed his badge and told me to delete it. Took a few minutes to explain that it wasn't a digital and that I couldn't delete it (pointing at the lack of a screen on the back finally got the point across). So I had to do a long double-exposure to blow-out the photo that i'd taken and he let me go.

(only when I devved I realised I'd long-exposed the frame after, but the shot of the site I took didn't come out anyway so it didn't matter)


Oh yeah, that and when I went on a mate's buck's party (we hired a bus and went to some breweries in the hills). When I pulled out my EOS 3 and Bessa L I got the comment, "that'll be good for taking photos of 1985". I didn't bother explaining that both of those cameras were made after 1998...