So, I decided to just put this out there because it's been a little nuissance in the back of my head for a month or so. I started onto film photography a year ago out of curiosity and a little to honor my father (lost him through 2016). And I've been happilly shooting and discovering things on the path. At first I took my film to a lab. Then, I started developing. And it's been a hell of a journey, bit of a lonely one, since in this country, there's significantly less shooters I figure. But I've also encountered myself with the burden of feeling it to be a little meaningless. Sometimes, even, a little dark, since I've encountered a few problems along the way of taking an image. The thing is, I somehow feel I can't stop doing it because I've been liking it so much and since my temper is a little obsessive and I tend to really get into things (getting cameras, shooting, developing, repeating). . And here I come with my question: Why/when is it worth it? When is an image worth the trouble? Especially while doing it without an intention to sell it. It's not like I think it's not worth it, but I guess my reasons are personal and adhere to my story. I'd like to know yours.