I find a window to something strange using instant film is a window to something familiar but strange; the everyday and familiar objects frozen with a timelessness and odd nostalgia.
I enjoy using camera phones. They interpret light like DV video cameras used to do; with a confusion and gaining sometimes surprising results in varied digital formats.
It isn't that I don't appreciate the crisp definition and technology of a DSLR camera - they have their place - every format is interesting.
But it's the modern polaroid equivalent, camera phones or the re-emergence of physical instant film, that grabs me today and I use most frequently. That yearning for the inside of the image to be inside out.
In my film Lost In The Nameless City I used 135film which is found in single use disposable camera to capture London, alongside HD monochrome DSLR video. I was looking for new ways to see London; I shot large models of it and also manipulated cityscapes I filmed from rooftops.