I know it has been such a long time since I last posted here. I feel so guilty! but then again, I haven’t taken much photographs for quite a long time. I terribly miss it. I think another reason for … Continue reading →
One of the first things I look for when I travel are old train stations. On my trip to Colombo, Sri Lanka I made sure to visit the Fort Railway station. This time, I took more portraits of the … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
By coincidence, I had a chance to find a few expired films at a digital photo lab. The owner of the shop (a studio photographer at the same time), placed the films at the shelves as a part of the decoration. … 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 →
These are a few photos I took last summer in Kochin and Calicut. Seeing as the films I used were those of The Impossible Project I had to protect the polaroid from light the second it was out of camera. … Continue reading →
I took the Yashica-24 with me on my last trip to Indonesia and I must say, although I love using it, it was not practical. I did not take a lot of photographs with it to be honest as I … 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.