I acquired a negative scanner for my birthday last year and occasionally, when I have some time spare, I like to scan a few in. Shooting on film for me is still the ultimate challenge - especially since I spend my working week seeing instant results with a digital camera. I learned my trade with film, loading the camera, winding it on after each exposure and even manually processing it in a tank, so I'm a bit of a traditionalist, certainly as a hobby.
It's always nice to take a film camera somewhere new, generally when I go away on holiday. I've got quite a few old film cameras now, one being an Olympus OM10, which was actually my first camera, bought for me by my Dad. I sold it years ago but replaced it recently with an identical model. I've also just bought a Nikon FM which is a great little camera. I'm a Nikon shooter for a living so I just had to get a manual one as well for shooting film with.
The first image was taken from my hotel terrace overlooking Lake Garda. Actually my Fiance spotted the scene first and instagramed it - I had to go one better and try and nail it on film, much to her annoyance!!
The second image was taken in the Alps, while holidaying on the slopes in Meribel. The giant mountain you can see in the distance is Mont Blanc.