For the last 2 years I've made my living shooting architecture with DSLRs, mostly short videos of California's fanciest multifamily apartment communities. When my client Synergy Corporate Housing asked me to continue that mission with all of their international properties in 10 major cities across 8 European countries, the first thing I thought when I saw the 32-day itinerary was, "bring a Hasselblad."
Lesson 1: You can't change your ISO
Lesson 2: Your DSLR is a great light meter
Lesson 3: You'll use primes lenses, and they're good exercise
Lesson 4: You should bring a tripod
Lesson 5: You can use off-camera flash
Lesson 6: You can go handheld...in bright sunlight
Lesson 7: Loading film is easy. You can do it
Lesson 8: You will mess up. It's ok
Lesson 9: You will open your prints and feel something special
I never thought my first Hasselblad would shoot film. Hasselblad 503cw, Carl Zeiss 50mm f/4, 150mm f/4.