This turned out to be a pretty good decision, as the cold of the California high desert killed my phone battery. So, while my climbing partner Jose had a high-end DSLR to take as many photos as he wanted (and they are great), I was limited to shooting on film.
I had only 24 exposures for more than three weeks on the road. That meant I didn’t take a lot of them, but every photo I do have is sincere. In addition to the prints, they gave me digital copies of all my photos, too.
I enjoyed the experience of shooting this disposable camera so much that I bought another one for our trip to the Ouray Ice Park. I’ll share those photos, next week.
If you want to buy a disposable camera of your own, I highly recommend you do so! Something about physical photos feels more valuable. You can buy disposable cameras on Amazon, and get them developed at any Wal-Mart.
Do you think film has a different character than digital photos? Let me know in the comments.