“Process” is a short film about shooting in large format (film as opposed to digital photography). It was a delight to watch because it quickly brought back a flood of memories working with 35mm film in the darkroom and out in the field when I was first learning the craft in the early teen years of my life. (I’ve been shooting in digital medium format for quite of number of years now.)
As Michael Zhang of PetaPixel reports after interviewing the film's writer and directer, Will Campbell:
“It’s a stylish, sensorial exploration into the process and motivation of a large format photographer,” Campbell tells PetaPixel. “The modern digital camera allows us to easily shoot hundreds of frames, edit them, and upload our favorites to the internet within minutes. This is a very different experience to that of the large format photographer."
The same could be said for every medium format photographer I've ever encountered. This is particularly true of landscape photographers. The same sense of painstaking meticulousness goes into every frame, I can assure you.