above, an entrance to Kabal Cave, Western Belize
I'm not one of those people who spend much time lamenting that film has largely gone away. In general I think digital cameras do a much better job than film ever did. However, sometimes I do miss it. Right now I am going through some film shot a fuji 6x9 superwide. On the blog or even in a big internet image it is hard to tell the kind of resolution the camera provides, but it is stunning. I've got some big work prints on the wall that are digital like in shadow detail and resolution.
above, another Kabal Cave entrance, Western Belize
Of course I don't miss iso 50 medium format film, or the f 5.6 maximum aperture of the superwide. Those two factors are probably why I've got some good photos of cave entrances shot in medium format, but nothing from the inside of Kabal. That picture needed a faster lens so it is on 35mm film.