Sometimes it feels good to take a break from the digital world. Forget about megapixels, forget about cables all over the set, forget about your tethered capture software lagging, or any of that mess. Sometimes it feels good to load up a couple 120 backs with Portra and feel the gears on the camera advance from one frame to the next. Sometimes it feels good to know you can't chimp and rely on your skills and knowledge to get the light just right. A couple weeks back I did just that.
Using nothing but the Sunny Sixteen rule to approximate the ambient exposure and a flash meter to set the strobe power, I went out to shoot some portraits in the park on a few rolls of film. Of course I'm back here showing the digitized images, but hey, it is what it is.