NSEW Photo book By Film Shooters Collective

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In February 2013, I joined the Film Shooters Collective (FSC). It’s an international group of photographers who are united by their love for film. We publish our photos on Facebook and on the blog. Last December, we released our first book through Blurb; I … Continue reading

Polaroid and Kids

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    It’s amazing how, despite all the newer digital cameras, kids still get excited by the idea of instant photography. The looks I see on their faces every time I show them a picture taken only minutes before is … Continue reading

Portraits from Morocco

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Last month I bought Polaroid Land 250 from Film photography project, and I knew it would be great camera to use on my trip to Marrakech. It was perfect for taking portrait photos and people would instantly be mesmerised by the camera … Continue reading

At The Friday Market.

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This post is the 2nd part of my Portrait from Kuwait souk set. The weekends in Kuwait are on Fridays and Saturdays; on Fridays we have an open market. There, they sell nearly everything new and used, from clothing to furniture to antique goods. I … Continue reading

Create Bokehlicious Delights.

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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

Touring Holland (2)

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Location: North Holland – Zaanse Schans Time: August 2012 Camera: Lubitel 166+ Film: Fuji Reala 100 Note: I loved the colors of this film!

Portrait from Kuwait souk.

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I always like to shoot portraits, and I found it was easy to do so with my Olympus Trip 35. I took these shots in Souk Al Mubarakiya in Kuwait. Because it was a small camera, people were willing to let me … Continue reading