A while back I took a vintage Nikon F4S for a walk on Ocean City’s boardwalk. I was thinking at the time that shooting with film requires a level of discipline that shooting digital does not. No auto ISO, no automatic bracketing and the prospect of paying to develop crappy pictures, returns photography to something more thoughful, more artistic. We are awash in a sea of bad digital photography. The most iconic of images we remember today we all shot on film. Ansel Adams “Moonrise over Hernandez NM”, Steve Mc Curry’s “Afghan Girl” were both captured through the art of photography, not through retouching and digital manipulation in post processing. While photoshop is a wonderful thing, my thinking has always been that if it cannot me done in a darkroom then it’s photo manipulation, not photography. There’s a big difference.