Adventures in Analogue #01


A series I used to do back in my old blog was Adventures in Analogue where I post a bunch of film photographs that I took from particular rolls. I decided to do it here as well since my love for analog photography’s stronger than ever. (Like, legit. If we’re friends, you’d know how much time I spend online looking for film cameras I do not need because I own three film cameras already.)


For the first part of this series, this particular roll was taken using a Canon AE-1 Program. It was my old friend’s camera and she’s the reason how I got into film photography in the first place. If I’m not mistaken, I used an expired Kodak Color Plus 200 for this. These were part of the first few rolls I’ve worked with as a newbie in film photography. Enjoy the photos!




When I started in film photography, I didn't value the worth of every exposure. In fact, my first ever roll got sabotaged by my own two hands. It was an obvious mistake and I have no idea why I even did it in the first place. To save myself, I won't even talk about how it happened, hahaha! But after that incident, that's when I started to pay more attention to the photos that I take.



This roll was from a mix of a random trip to Bonifacio Global City, a visit to my old neighborhood, and a vacation in Zambales. This was when the time I actually fell in love with film photography. This was the time that I actually let myself get involved in a very expensive (but fun) hobby!



That’s it for the first part of this series. I hope you’re kind of digging this whole series thing because I really am. It’s like I’m reviewing all my photos and it’s reflected as how I change my style and how I bloom as a little film photographer wannabe.

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