Shooting film, at least for me, is a ton of fun. However, sometimes it can be a slow process, especially when you don't have a lot of money in your bank account. I try to make my rolls of film count, given the fact they are usually around 6 bucks to buy (for 36 exp.), 12 bucks to develop, and usually take about a week to get your scans back. With that said, sometimes I have rolls of film that I find to be a few months old. I just got two rolls of Portra 160 film back from my local camera store. I've been so busy with school this semester that I have been shooting a lot less film than normal and have been resorting to more digital images. I love shooting film, there's nothing like it. There's a certain feeling of excitement when shooting a roll. Sometimes you know you get a great photo and can't wait to get it developed. Other times you think that and a photo doesn't turn out at all. But that's all part of the game. This post will contain some of my favorite photos I snapped on two rolls of film, ranging from January until now. Enjoy.