Portraits from Marrakech.

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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

Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny’s Pictures?

The incredible story of a mysterious nanny who died in 2009, leaving a secret treasure  of stunning photographs. The BBC 1 documentary episode available in youtube and BBC iPlayer (Uk only).

Candid Street

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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

The “Red City” Marrakech in Portra

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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

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

Other Portraits from the Kuwait Souk.

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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

Portraits from Sana’a.

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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

Portraits from Brixton

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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

Ilford SFX 200: Infrared Photography

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Last week I decided to load my ol’ Kiev 88 with a roll of Ilford SFX 200 and give infrared photography another chance. Last year I tried shooting with this film for the first time, and the results were not … 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