Shooting with film is such a different experience. Every shot counts. every frame matters. You cannot simply click away, you must calculate the exposure and set the aperture and speed. Wind a new piece of film into position and in the same action prime the shutter. Frame more carefully than ever, and then carefully, using only the muscles within the tip of the index finger engage the shutter. Within the camera the mirror flips up and shutter opens and closes within a fraction of a second and through the viewfinder the image goes black momentarily, the purely mechanical systems' near perfect cla-chunk delivers the light unto the plane of film for exactly as long as is needed. And then it disappears, not to be seen for months. Very different indeed.