Atlanta based artist Olen Daelhousen developed his first roll of film in college. After going to the dark side when Nikon released the D70 in 2004, he shot Kodachrome from 2007 through its tragic demise in 2010 using a pair of Fujica AX-5 cameras. About the time Kodak discontinued his favorite film, The Impossible Project began producing instant film for Polaroid cameras and he switched to instant photography. Most recently, he started a torrid affair with medium format in the fall of 2011 and fell back in love with slide and print film.
See more film photography from Atlanta photographer, Olen Daelhousen at his website. http://www.slr680.com/