Whenever i have a chance to go out and capture some photos ,I try to practice the photography lessons i learned about. Maybe the most one i am attracted to is BOKEH! Bokeh (pronounced boh-kay and sometimes boke-uh) is the japanese photographic term for … Continue reading →
Two of our co-founders have been mentioned in A ‘lil HooHaa’s blog; they participated in Holga’s challenge “Your Town”. Shaima took pictures of Geneve and Nada Kuwait, both did an amazing job, well done girls. Shaima: http://hoohaablog.com/?p=4054 … Continue reading →
I got my Venice trip films today: 3 Holga, 1 Canon EOS A2 and 1 Lomography’s LC-Wide. I am loving all the results! For the photos here, I used my old Canon A2 Camera. It has been my camera from … Continue reading →
I’m glad to see that film photography in Kuwait is getting more recognition, my friend Athoob and her husband are having a film photography seminar, support them by booking your seat online now! To register, please visit http://Tasweery.com By ThExpat
I’ve been wanting to post about the Olympus Trip 35 for a while now so here it comes. I got mine in March after Huda recommended it to me. I got it red and I must admit that I have a … Continue reading →
I have recently bought a Polaroid SX-70 (Alpha 1), complete with its accessory set, and to my luck, it came with the original user’s guide. Since we here at the Shoot Film blog are all about sharing useful informarion, I thought I … Continue reading →
#1: The Mijonju Show Perhaps by far the most popular Youtube channel on film photography. Mijonju will take you on a journey to re-discover the beauty of film cameras. Known for his crazy camera collection (..and that’s a fraction of the … Continue reading →
I LOVE the LC-Wide! It is the second Lomography Camera I got. The first one I bought was the Diana which I just hated full stop. Don’t ask why. I either do not know how to use it or we … Continue reading →
We created this blog with the intention of keeping film photography alive. Why? Because we love it and believe that the world should still see and enjoy the real beauty of analogue. Nothing, we repeat NOTHING, beats the feeling of loading your camera with a film roll, clicking photos, taking the roll back to the processing shop and waiting for the photos. The best part is when you pick and open them up! They could be good, bad, funny, underexposed, overexposed but in general, the whole idea is that it is real and fun.
So, our intention here really is to share our tips, photos and answer any of your questions wherever possible. So, do not hesitate to ask or even share your tips in the comment box or by dropping us an email.
So snap away and take as many photos as you can for they are moments that pass. If you do not take them at the right moment, they will be gone.. Forever.