Toss that digital device into a drawer, load up a box with celluloid. Point. Develop. Print.
You want to view the world a little differently? How about we get ourselves a light-proof box and fill it with celluloid.
And with this light-proof, celluloid-inflated box, how about we point it, shoot it, enter a light-proof room, remove the celluloid, develop this celluloid in a pond of chemical slime, print a proof sheet, and, finally, select our favourite shots for printing.
What, too hard? Who needs these acid complications in our breezy have-an-app-to-do-everything world? Listen to what one of surfing's greatest photographers, a Mr Jon Frank, says about film.
"There are two reasons why I will always shoot film: The visual beauty of silver halide emulsion is unparalleled. Depth, dimensionality and luminosity are unmatched when film is exposed, developed and printed skillfully.
"Psychological and cognitive aspects of the picture taking process are greatly enhanced when shooting with a film camera. The photographs you make when shooting film are entirely different to the ones you would have made using digital equipment."
But why film, Mr Frank!
"The last thing the world needs is more photographs. And the principal advantage of film over digital is you shoot less. The ratio of bad photographs to great ones increases exponentially in relation to the number of frames exposed."