Have you ever wondered how it would be like if you can only take one more photograph for the rest of your life? What image would that be? Would we have all cherished photography more than we have ever did? Would a photograph matter more?
Filmmaker Niels Windfeldt and his short film "One Last Frame" explores this idea. Photography is easily taken for granted in the digital age -- an image is just a bunch of pixels that can be deleted and recreated anytime at any place. Analogue photography does not allow such extravagance, nor does it spoil its users. Watch Windfeldt's tribute to analogue photography and filmmaking in this touching video.
Preview image was taken from the video.