All posts tagged: film photography

First look at Florence

in which i fell in love with florence Museo di Palazzo Vecchio (Lomography LC-A+, Kodak ColorPlus 200) First of all, I had no idea that that was how you said “Firenze.” I had to learn from The Jersey Shore. Every time Firenze’s name would pop up in Harry Potter, I’d just pretend it didn’t exist. […]

Hong Kong Half-Frames

in which i reveal to you my may hong kong trip in little trickles The sun has completely risen by the time I’ve finished enough work so that I won’t feel as guilty updating this thing. I have horrible backlog, but I’m trying to tell myself that it doesn’t matter that it’s become its stale […]

Spooky Hong Kong

in which we get lost in a tangle of warehouses Courtesy of my LC-A+, Kodak Elitechrome 400, and Art East Island, HK. We went all the way to Chai Wan to see my stuff up in Lightbombs Contemporary’s pop-up showroom. Art East Island happened parallel to Art HK. We didn’t know it would be so […]

Leaving Estimations

adventures with the repaired & cleaned Nikon FM2 Self-portrait, aka motivation to get rid of those calves. Maybe when I’m not busy. Lately, most of my ventures into film photography involve just finding enough light and clicking. The LC-A+ has four distances you can choose from, and a lot of my other film cameras only […]