Being somewhat of a closet Luddite, my working methods are sometimes stuck a few decades in the past, hence I often find myself hauling around a Large format film camera over hill and through dale to make landscape photographs
The slow contemplative process of making photographs with the large format camera is wonderfully well suited to working in the landscape, as it forces a degree of involvement and attention to detail that simply does not exist with digital image making.
As an added bonus, the processed transparency serves as a physical record of the scene, having been acted on directly by the light reflected from the subject. That has to be something special, doesn't it?
Sadly, my preferred film, colour transparency, is no longer being commercially processed in South Africa, so for the moment this side of my work is indefinitely on hold. Unless someone wants to volunteer covering the costs of shipping my film overseas to be processed?