I've been wasting film since 1974 or so, and that's why I was drawn to this forum. My fascination with the place is that you all post not only your images but the manner in which they were done - cyanotype, dunking in coffee, printed that morning, types of developer, film, cameras, lenses. But the overall strength of this site is the image itself, and an approach to critiques of imagery that goes beyond the normal one word "cool", or "wow". The images presented here are well-considered, well-composed, strong, interesting, and done with a wide variety of films, techniques, and aesthetic sensibilities. It is always a surprise and a delight to see fresh postings not mucked up with Photoshop filters and gadgets. I, too, shoot digital now, in an effort to splash around in 21st Century technology, and find it to be as challenging in some ways as film. But my first love will always be film, and I am hoping that the onslaught of digital frippery doesn't leak in to the Filmwasters site any time soon.
My two cents,