Like so many, I made the switch from film to digital around the turn of the millennium. At the time, it was such an easy choice to make. A seeming one-time budget outlay meant the end of a constantly recurring stream of film developing expenses while providing instant gratification and the ability to review or retake one's photos on the fly. By the end of 2002, my Canon Elan IIe was relegated to sitting idly while my Casio QV3000EX enabled me to take photos of my favorite subjects as well as to take photos of countless other subjects that I'd overlooked before due to the expenses of film developing. It seemed there was no coming back.
2002, rendered by the Casio QV-3000