As a photographer, there's nothing quite like the feeling of coming home to 35mm film. There's something special about the organic, analogue process of film photography – the way it captures light and texture is unparalleled, and adds a depth and soul to images that digital just can't replicate.
For me, shooting with film has always felt like a bit of a magical process. From the anticipation of waiting for the film to be developed, to the excitement of seeing the final images for the first time, there's a certain romance to film that's hard to match. And of course, there's the element of surprise – with film, you never quite know how the final image will turn out, and that adds a certain unpredictability and charm to the process
But beyond just the aesthetic appeal of film, there's something to be said for the way it slows you down and forces you to be more mindful as a photographer. With digital, it's easy to just snap away and sort through hundreds of images later. But with film, you have to be more selective and considerate with your shots – after all, you only have a limited number of exposures to work with. This forces you to be more present in the moment and really think about what you're trying to capture.
Overall, I'm excited to continue exploring the world of film and all the beautiful imperfections it brings with it. Whether I'm shooting with my trusty 35mm camera or experimenting with different film stocks and developing techniques, there's always something new to discover and appreciate about analogue photography.
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