Photography is capturing the feeling of one moment in time
I got hooked on photography when I was a sophmore in high school, and took an elective course on black-and-white photography, film processing, and development. My first"real" camera was the Nikkormat that my Dad used when he was in college.
Since then, I have mostly moved on from film and to digital.
Most of my photographs get posted/archived on my flickr site.
My primary camera is a Canon XTi with a 28-200 mm Promaster lens as my "workhorse" day-to-day lens. (Other lenses include a Canon 28-400 telephoto, a Promaster Macro, a Canon Wideangle, and a Lensbaby with macro and wide angle attachments.)
In addition to the digital cameras I also have a small collection of film cameras, some of which are antique. This collection includes a Calumet 4x5 field camera, Kodak Brownie, Kodak Traveler II, Lomo ActionSampler, and Holga 120N. Yes, I have shot using all of them, even the antique ones. I am always on the lookout for more cool film cameras to play with.
My dream camera is an EOS-5D Mark II.
When using digital, I shoot primarily in RAW mode and do all pf my post processing in Photoshop CS5.
The nice people at the camera store around the corner handle all of my film development. Eventually I will get back to doing all of my own black-and-white film processing. After all, I have all of the equipment. No sense letting it all just sit in boxes in the basement.