Diana Mini - Porto - 2011
Phocos 35 Ilford FP4 Plus 125 ISO
2018 foi o ano em que amigos fantásticos me despacharam uma série de máquinas fotográficas de bolso, com as quais tenho cegado temporariamente as pessoas da minha vida. Depois da máquina sem marca (aka Máquina Chunga), segue-se a primeira fornada de uma Premier PC-440 que andava perdida num sótão algures e foi agora usada pela … Continue reading Premier PC-440
If you know anyone who loves to take photos the old school way, they'll tell you how cool it is to use an expired film once in a while - the colours get all funky and you'll end up with strong greens or oranges, no filters needed. What about a film that was perfectly fine … Continue reading rewind the film
No amount of filters or effects can ever beat black and white film.
And a little bit of Fed3.
Words cannot express how much I miss affordable, non-disposable, analogue, point-and-shoot cameras. Ilford XP2 is 3 out of 4, so I'm sticking with it.
We had a Kodak Instamatic 110 camera when I was kid, which was eventually replaced by something more modern - by 1989's standards. Being a lover of film and wanting something a bit more handy than a 1kg camera, I decided to search the interweb for a working sister of my old Instamatic. It cost … Continue reading Kodak Pocket Instamatic
Last week I went to the photo store to develop a black & white film I had completely forgotten about. "We're sorry, but the pictures are ruined," they told me. "There must have been light coming into the film at one point, and only one photo made it. Do you still want us to print … Continue reading that’s how the light gets in
When you stay home for 6 months healing a broken foot, going back to the daily work routine feels like this.