For the series of Film Photography Darkroom, let’s talk of how to develop black and white film rolls in daylight. No need to get in the dark because there is a faster way to avoid all this. Let me tell you how!
Today I talk about one of my obsession which is Polaroid Photography and why it is always in style. Plus I give tips on how to use Polaroid at its best.
In this blog post, I want to focus and give the final guide to master flat-lay shoots with film photography. It works with digital photography as well. But analogue photography has a unique look and it is more difficult. If you master film photography, then digital would be super easy.
It was finally time to start and develop my first 35mm black and white film roll at home in daylight. Read below to know every step I took and the ingredients you need, just like a recipe.
A post to show you my little film camera collection where you can discover what I use to shoot analog in 35mm. A dedicated post to 120mm film camera will come next.
I wanted to learn how to develop films myself so here the behind the scenes of film photography darkroom printing from the very basics with Branco Ottico focusing on black and white film rolls.
I took a disposable camera and shoot two Alyx towels in order to show you how to wear street style alyx at rave festivals.
Film is not dead especially in the blogging world, here below my guide on how to add film photography images to your blog
I have realised that I am not a Festival girl but rather a Goa party lover and I will tell you why. Goa Trance music is my favourite and you don’t have to be high to love it.
Why I No Longer Travel Solo is post dedicated on embracing how my way of wandering around has changed with time. I used to enjoy traveling solo and it caused no stress while now it takes out all the energy in me: physically and mentally.
Let me talk of this floral midi dress in a black and white film, thanks to Stylewe for delivering me that and to Federico for kindly taking these pictures with my camera. Not forced at all.
It is time to show you my first entire roll of double exposure. You know how much I love double exposure in analog photography, so there you have a good selection from my last roll.