I mainly work with analogue, because I like it. I got weary of the sharpness of digital and even my Hasselblad to some extent. What I like about the pinhole, especially the wide angle pinhole, is the long exposures reveal stuff that is not apparent in a fleeting look, most shutter releases are fractions of seconds. Chasing after some kind of decisive moment it is easy to pass by the interestingness of the effects of other stuff. With films you get reciprocity failure where the emulsions start to behave in unpredictable ways. Some things disappear, but other stuff is revealed. My first love was drawing, I think it shows.