Alright, so I've got a Canon EOS-50E and a 28-80; I figured, why should I let that combo sit unused? So, I've been taking pictures with it for the past month or so, and it struck me; before I press the shutter button, I really think about the composition and how I can make each shot count, to be the best it can be. And I realized, this is something I don't do when I shoot digital. I tend to snap, snap, snap because, hey; I've got memory cards. Then, I started examining the other things about the film camera versus my dad's digital SLR. For one thing, the viewfinder is fantastic; it's big, and it's bright. When I switch between SLR and DSLR, it feels like I've gone from, for lack of a better analogy, a Cadillac to a Kia. Also, the camera just feels better in your hands. And, there's a sense of accomplishment with each shot you take; digital just seems so cold and soulless; like the pictures you take are all just a bunch of files. Because they are! When I take a shot with film, I feel like I get something real and tangible from it. I can say, hey, I made this shot and it's mine. And I'm still amazed at how composition centered I become when I pick up a film camera. Having said all this, there is a place for digital; sports and wildlife photography, and for people who can't wait for their pictures. Lets be honest; I'm not a journalist for National Geographic; I don't have a deadline. I'm a hobbyist, not a professional. Convenience really isn't a concern; I can wait an hour to see my pictures, and if I want to edit them, I'll buy a flatbed scanner for $100. So here's to film! Fancy DSLR? No thank you, I'll just stick with my EOS-50E.