The last time I photographed on film was 13 years ago. At the time, it seemed like the film was coming through its last days. Everyone was switching to digital cameras. Megapixels, raw files, Lightroom, and so on. Time has passed, but the film hasn't died. It lives with enthusiasts and some professionals.

There is some magic in the film. You can't recklessly press the button - the number of frames is limited. You will see the result only after the development - a week later. Color is not reproduced with 100% accuracy, but it is lively, warm, lamp.

I bought an old Canon EOS 300X, loaded it with Kodak Color Plus 200 and put it in my daily bag. Here are the results.