35mm Film, Various Photos
During the ancient times of film cameras (ie: before 1994), taking a good photo required some work: Cameras only took 36 photos before needing to be manually unloaded then reloaded with light-sensitive film, proper color balance required matching film type and lens filters to the available light, focus and exposure were set by hand, and you had to wait at least an hour to see the results.
Of the thousands of photos I've taken on film over the years, here are just a few examples. Most of these were taken with a Nikon FG-20 35mm Film SLR equipped with a Tokina 28-70mm or Tamron 80-200mm zoom lens, Vivitar flash unit, a film winder, and occasionally a tripod, using Kodak Kodachrome 64 slide film, or Ektar 125 or Fujichrome Super-HD color print film. Enjoy!