Over the years I have moved from film photography to digital more out of convenience than anything else. Working in the area of black and white art photo, the expense of film and its processing are knowingly high. This, coupled with the realization that the number of images shot on film that satisfied me on the day of taking the pictures and that still live up to that standard on the day of collection of the finished prints have been few and far between, had proved to be the main reason not to continue with the format. I often find that what satisfied me on the day of taking the picture does not seem to be present on the final print when collected. But it’s amazing how everything works in cycles (for me anyway) and lately I find myself going back to film again out of appreciation for the format. Lately I have chosen a different approach with a lot more satisfying results. I do this with the help of a second camera. Nothing fancy, just a pocket digital camera or even a camera phone is fine. Work out the correct angle by photographing time and again (like in a rehearsal) until the image agrees with you and then take the same image with the film camera. It does not matter whether it is colour or black and white photography or if is in nature or in the everyday of suburbia.