Film photography is something that is unfortunately becoming less & less popular with age. Just 7 years ago, most pharmacies still had the option to get your film developed in their labs. Nowadays, it is rare to find places that will develop film. In fact, it is rare to even find film photographers in general. I'm on the odd side of photography because I actually started out as a film photographer about 7 years ago, refusing to switch over to digital. Of course, I eventually switched to the other side, but that doesn't mean I stopped using film. Film photographs make every exposure count, because you usually only get 24 shots per roll of film. It teaches you to only snap photos that matter, because most of the time you get very few chances. The visual energy of film photographs make every shot look magical, with a blur that makes the background look so soft. Even with the digital editing software that we have today, no "effect" can quite replicate the natural outcomes that come with film (such as light streaks, film folds, grain, and softness). I always offer to shoot with my Canon AE-1 film camera as well as my digital camera when doing photoshoots. That way, you have a mix of nice, crisp digital photographs with some beautiful, vintage photographs as well. Consider adding film photos for your photoshoot and I promise you will fall in love with your vintage shots.