Rodolfo Bolaños is a photographer who lives in Costa Rica and he has been shooting film since last year. Bolaños bought his first DSLR camera in 2011 and after a couple of years shooting digital, he felt nostalgic about analogic cameras "like the ones I did use when I was a child, so I search and try to learn about 35mm film cameras," he says. "To my surprise, they sell them pretty cheap nowadays. The colors of film are great. Digital is very practical, but the colors aren't the same (at least to me) and you have to spend a long time editing in software."
"Film makes you think twice before shooting, and once you took the photo there is no going back! It teach you to take better photos in every "click". A continous evolution." He adds. Here's a selection of Bolaños' work.