For the longest time I’ve shot almost exclusively analog cameras and black and white film, to the point where almost all the photos in the galleries on this site are analog shots, be it from 135 film or 120 film. Also, since before Christmas my father’s DSLR had been in the repair shop so he borrowed mine to do his shooting, which made me shoot even more analog cameras (not that I minded that at all of course!).
Now though, his camera is back, so I have my DSLR back again. As much as I feel like a film photographer most of the time these days I figured I should use my digital camera now that I have it in my possession. I certainly felt a bit rusty as we went out to shoot in a part of Malmö that I have never visited with a camera before, the island called Ön (which literally means “The Island”…I guess the locals don’t get high points for originality).
It was REALLY ridiculously windy that day, so we didn’t stay very long (you tend to get pretty cold when the March winds are gusting at up to 55 MPH! Still, it was nice to exercise my old digital photography brain cell for a bit…and to know that I’ve not regressed to a complete newbie in the digital intermission period!