Roaming through Instagram, there are many film photography accounts that will add in their bio "mostly film photos, some digital" or "Some iPhone, mainly Nikon film". When I first started out with film photography I thought that I would never break and turn to a DSLR camera until a few events happened that led to a huge turning point for me. Do you ever just question the reliability of film photography? Have you ever finished a roll in a desperate moment just as you were about to capture that one perfect image? Read this post for more reasons to always carry a digital alongside your 35mm film camera.