A friend of mine at work is going to lend me his film Hasselblad camera for a weekend. He is also kind enough to give me some b&w film! I have a fair amount of experience with digital (Nikon) cameras, but have never shot a Hasselblad. I want to take some portrait shots of my family on a white background, using flash. I have a Sekonic light meter. Can you give me any simple tips on how I can take some good film shots? Would I meter the scene the same way I would for a digital camera? My friend said that it captures more contrast...is there something that I have to do to compensate for that? My plan was to set up the photo and take it with my digital. Once I was happy with the settings for the digital, I'd take a film shot. Is that a good approach? Thank you pros!