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Adventures in Analogue #07

Keeping the tradition alive, here's a new set of photos from my film photography stash. For a change, this is a black and white roll which I used a few years back but only had the time to get them processed a few months ago.

I remember using my Nikon FM2 for the Kodak BW400 roll. This roll is different from other black and white rolls because it uses C41 process, which is what most colored rolls use alongside the E6 process.

Most of the photos from this set was from a trip to Padre Pio Shrine in Batangas, famous for its devotees. It was in my mom's bucketlist to visit this special place. We spent a few minutes of giving thanks and saying our prayers.

There were a lot of people but it was a one-of-a-kind experience. There was a spot for the said-to-be miraculous healing water, and a station for candles where each color depends on what you need and pray for.

The last few exposures were tidbits of my every day life and a quick trip to the National Museum of Natural History.

Overall, I had fun with black and white photography and would love to try it again. It's too bad that this roll's discontinued by Kodak already. It makes the processing fee much affordable than the usual black and white rolls.

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