the grain and light-leaks.
In an instantly gratifying world of digital photographs, film photography is becoming a lost art. It can be easy to become deterred by the extra expense, time, and effort involved, but oh, it's so worth it. There is a feel--the grain, the light-leaks, the colors--that just cannot be reproduced in editing programs by even the most talented. I like the anticipation of waiting for rolls to be developed and the unexpectedness of the finished product.
I have just recently started shooting film and it's been such a gratifying experience so far. My first roll of film, taken back in September (yes, it took me that long to get it developed), was mailed back to me a few days ago. It was so lovely flipping through the images for the first time and reliving memories. Film photography? You have me smitten.
Do you shoot film?
all images shot on a ultra wide angle slim camera