The films that I normally use are Fuji C200, Kodak Pro Image 100 and Kodak UltraMax 400. Some of which are expired.
My cheapest camera is the Kodak Easy Load KE30. A very special gift from my grandma years ago and from then on started my love for analog photography. I'm also using a Minolta XG1 which is an old vintage camera that I inherited, as well as this little lomo La Sardina which is really cool because it's very small and light. These three cameras are my favorite babies! The films that I normally use are Fuji C200, Kodak Pro Image 100 and Kodak UltraMax 400. Some of which are expired.
I have a very bad memory and I can get easily distracted, so most of the time I'd forgot when or where I took the pictures. Therefore, it's always like a big surprise when developing my films. I really enjoy seeing the results because you never know how the photos would turns out until you see them printed or on the computer. The thing about not having/using a digital camera is that you'll learn to see the world from a different perspective.
Taking pictures since childhood was fun! I remember my first camera which has the same shape of a Coca Cola can. Not knowing how to use it, I basically damaged my first film causing me to feel really disappointed. But then my grandma encouraged me to start doing photography yet again. Showing me very old family pictures and I enjoyed the spontaneity of each image as we browse through them. So I decided to start with this adventure. She's one of my biggest inspirations and that is why most of my photographs are spontaneous and unplanned.
I like to capture what I see when I'm walking alone or traveling. The truth is that photography for me is like a beautiful escape when I'm not feeling well or when I'm tired of the same routine of my everyday life.
Photography is a beautiful activity to do and what really matters is that you enjoy every minute of what you're doing regardless if it's taking photos or not. The less you have the better. It inspires you to keep pushing yourself to what you can do/achieve and you learn to simply enjoy the little details that not everyone can see. Whether using a small digital camera or a disposable film camera, dare to do what you like. The limitations are just all in your head.