This series of film shots from waterfronts made me go back to a roll of Kodak Portia NC 400 that I shot in the late fall and made me finish scanning it. I dragged both digital ans film cameras around on that trip up north and had scanned a few.
The more I look a film shots, the more I see differences that I like and remember loving. One nice thing about film was the each grain in the emulation could act differently from the next, They not connected electronically like pixels on a digital sensor. This caused different parts of the frame to be recorded differently, Film gives you some interesting shits withing the same picture. The water on each side of the dock in this is a prime example. The overexposure on the upper part reacts much better tha blown out sections in digital.
Throw in the slight differences between digital and analog colors and this one feels so much better on film.
Have to go and stock up the freezer with film in case Kodak completely disappears. (there's always Fuji)