Two months ago I decided to shoot some films again. I started with my Canon Rebel 2000, a very trustworthy SLR that I would recommend to anyone who wants to start shooting on film, especially those who already shoot with Canon digital cameras, as the controls are very similar and this camera offers some very […]
Category Archives: Film Photography
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about Lomography is fun. And the second thing is experimental! Every time I’ve shot a Lomography film in the past it was a fun experience, for sure, but I never expected any good result from that. And since I’m coming back full force to […]
When you ask photographers what they think about the Kodak Portra film they usually use words like dreamy, unique and muted colours. But if these are words that we actually use to define analog photography, can we say Portra film is the ultimate film? More than curious to discover the beauties of this film, I […]
They say “relax, try to lay down and do nothing sometimes”. And I say: don’t let my mind fly freely for a single minute because I love to find trouble. That’s what happened when my husband said I should relax a little bit, work less and try to do something for fun. I entered a […]
All photos were shot on film. This week I shot with Kodak BW400CN (expired) and Kodak Portra 400.