architecture, Behind The Image, film, Photography

For the love of 35mm

Lately, I’ve loving using my 35mm camera. On a recent holiday, I was surprised to use it a lot more than my digital camera. I love working at the slower pace and also not knowing what I’ve captured. I am currently working towards developing my own rolls too. Chemicals and tanks have all been delivered, […]

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About Gears, Photography

Has film imitation gone too far?

If you’ve been following this blog for a while you will notice that for the past couple years, I’ve been into film and trying to perfect my practice. Last night while editing, while I was using one of my favourite plugins Nik Effex, I realised that it includes Analog Effex Pro. As the name suggest, […]

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Khao Lak in 35mm…..

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to go to Thailand for 10 days. I’ve spent most of my life either in Europe or the African continent so this was my first time in Asia. I was a little nervous before I left, as I only speak French and English so I wasn’t sure what […]

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Film rolls – British museum London

Since I decided to improve my film images too I’ve decided to share with you images from my third roll of 35mm. At the moment, I’m using HP5, simply because it is what was recommended to me. But I have also purchased the Kodak Tri X which is quite pricey but then again it might […]

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About Gears

New black and white films to get excited about

I’ve promised myself that this year I would improve my film skills whether it is shooting or developing. I’ve been shooting more film but I’m yet to develop any of my own films. The exciting part of shooting film is trying out various films to see which ones suit me best. To start with I […]

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