Film Is Dead
With the advancements made in digital camera technology in recent years, the adage “The best camera is the one that's with you”, could never be more true. So with smartphones now out preforming older DSLR’s, many question the importance of analogue photography.
The debate surrounding the relevancy of analogue photography is one that is hotly contested, with opinions varying from photographer to photographer. In an attempt to advance my photographic skill-set, I have fought against all my millennial instincts, and have embraced the art of analogue photography.
Due to deep seeded brand loyalty: I picked up a Canon AE-1 and have not allowed it to leave my side since. Experimenting with colour films from Kodak, and Fuji, B&W film from Ilford, and a host of expired film stock, I have learned to love the weird quirks associated with film photography.
I have by no means mastered the art of analogue photography, nor developing my own film, so I’ll be periodically updating this gallery as more shots roll in.
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