Hello! Not sure I’m in the right place, but thought I’d check things out. I got the bug shortly after my 16th birthday in 1982 (save the math, I’m 54 since September 2020). I took a photography class at the local junior college, and ended up getting some pleasant photos over the years. I lost interest in photography in the mid ’90’s and bought a point-and-shoot film camera. In 2003 I succumbed to the digital movement, which evolved over the years to relying solely on the smart phone as a camera. Then, last year around my birthday, I got nostalgic for film. I had considered getting back into familiar gear, but feared the cost. So I ended up scratching the itch with some old folding camera gems (35mm Kodak Retinas, medium format Voigtlander Perkeos, and a Bessa). Now I find myself wondering how much time and money I want to invest, and whether or not I really want to return to film now that digital is so good. Film is just... different. You get me, right?