Hello. I posted this topic over in the Welcome section last week but to date haven't received any replies yet. I'm new to photography and at the moment, am interested in shooting on film. I understand a lot of people don't shoot on this format anymore for various reasons, but I've always liked it, if for nothing more than the feeling I get that takes me back in a nostalgic way and the process of taking the pictures, getting them developed, then seeing what you came out with. I've also always really loved the look of film in general. I've got an old Canon Sure Shot AF35M II that used to belong to my parents back in the day that I'll be using for a little while until I get something nicer with more features, but my main questions were regarding things such as the film stock itself, and developing and finishing techniques that can be done at home. Since there are so few places anymore that develop and print film (and many now do not return your negatives), I have been looking at getting a kit to develop at home and possibly a negative scanner with a high DPI to scan my developed negatives into my PC. Does anyone have any recommendations for film as far as color and black and white, and which are some good, reliable brands and/or types? Also, any recommendations as far as negative scanners and even photo printers themselves would be great, as an upfront cost for these would be outweighed in a short amount of time by the cost required to just take rolls of film to someone and have them developed. At any rate, any help is appreciated.