I can never really commit to film photography. I have a film camera, but only one lens. I am not super knowledgable about film so I never have the right speed for the occasion. I also don't trust my film shooting skills enough to use it as my primary. It is generally my artsy sidekick.
The long and short of it is that I taught myself on a digital and I am a little lazy about learning film. I go through phases of bringing my film camera along for fun whenever I go out shooting Because of this it ends up taking months (or years even) to get through a roll of film. I finally finished up a roll that has been in my film camera for (from the looks of it) 5 years. HA! That is one of my favorite things about film at this point, it's like a mini time capsule. This roll spans the last 5 years of my life. A little of Milwaukee, and a little of Vegas. And yes the last one was intentionally taken upside down.
So what do you guys shoot with film? Any tips on good ways to sharpen your film shooting skills?