I'm a vegetarian, pacifist, skeptic, libertarian, with impending ideas of both doom and glory. I live in the woods of northern Michigan (USA).
I see the backwards world we live in as extremely limiting, and often am deterred by it rather than inspired. I try to respect all whom I come across (unless of course you do something which causes me to lose such respect, which is essentially any act of misrepresenting the human race).
I've been shooting film since April 2011 via my Canon EOS Kiss (Japan's version of the Rebel) and Sigma Aspherical mini-zoom macro lens, which I refer to as Camer. This is the first time I've ever used an SLR camera, and I do have a lot to learn. Thus far, I've had my film developed and scanned by either Walgreens or the local ma&pa shop.
My newest interest is experimenting in abstract film photography, as well as digital abstractions of my film photos. Nature amazes me, so I'm sure you'll still find a ton of photos of such in my gallery.
**** If you have any advice on analog/analogue/film
I'm pretty much all ears. I need to find a new place for developing and scanning as I'm becoming more and more dissatisfied with the treatment of my images. It would be awesome if you're in the US and send your film out, and wouldn't mind sharing your experience with your developer and costs. I'm sliightly considering buying a scanner, though my funds are tight. I am pretty frightened at the thought of myself developing my film. I've only been shooting for about a year with my SLR, so pretty much any and all advice is welcome. If you're interested in sharing your knowlege, please note or comment me!