Film has had a great resurgence in the industry. Whether it's because of the hipster hype or due to people wanting the special color and feeling that film brings is unknown to me. On January 5, 2017 Kodak made it known that they were bringing back a classic, the EKTACHROME Film stock.
For filming, they've given us an idea what their 8mm video camera will look like. The release of which is sure to excite most #filmisnotdead t-shirt wearing fans.
A French photographer, Vincent Moschetti made the decision to sell-off his digital gear and go full-film. He shares this experiences on One Year With Film Only. On the site there is a feature to go Film Dating, a quiz to give you the film you're most likely to love based on the preferences you convey in the images it displays.
It's an interesting take on film photography. I shoot both on film and sensor. Both have something unique that the other doesn't and each has it's function and purpose. If it's for work, I mainly use the digital kit. Film is not something budgeted for unless you are in a position to ask for it. If it's for my travel around Paris I shoot film. It's fun and it's the images I go back to often.
[via No Film School]