My favourite film is the expired Kodak Portra 35mm. I think it was the best choice of film for my trip to Marrakech. The Kodak Portra is known for portraits in natural light. I found out that even in really … Continue reading →
The first thing I noticed on my way from the airport to our hotel is the orange-red clay colour of the old Medina. I couldn’t wait till the next morning to take some photos with my Canon AE-1 and Kodak Portra film. … Continue reading →
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 →
I have discovered two websites dedicated to film photography, Film shooters collective is blog that was only recently started two months ago, and already has 120 photographers from around the world sharing their photos through the website itself, and it’s tumblr and facebook pages. Film shooters collective are currently aiming to reach 500 members. They welcome all and every film photographer interested in showcasing their photos.
The second website is called March of film and it’s a theme-based project. Throughout the month of March there will be an ongoing film photography project. A list of ten themes will be announced on the first of March and you can upload photos related to the themes on their flickr group. At the end of March, the creators are planning to publish a book of the best photos they’ve received. You can follow them on twitter to get the latest updates.
Every time I visit Kuwait, I have to pass by the Souk Al Mubarakiya. I always find interesting people there, and in the winter the morning light is wonderful. Although all of these photos were taken indoors, the soft lighting inside was lovely. … Continue reading →
My trip to Yemen was brief and busy. I took all of my photos with a digital camera, and shot one roll of 120 film plus 3 pictures on a second roll. Sadly, my first roll of film was all … Continue reading →
I always keep a lookout for interesting photography workshops that are going on in my area. Two weeks ago, I found a Street Portraiture Workshop with Eddie Otchere done by film’s not dead. For me the workshop had the best combination of street … Continue reading →
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 →