Despite the digital bloom of the SLR/point and shoot, there are still those lone rangers who draw spools from their back pocket and load up their photographic chambers.
I started shooting film after inheriting my grandfathers camera when I was 9. As it goes, that’s how most of us start off. I didn’t actually start actively shooting film until my HSC year, when I needed to pick up a unit to pass my years of schooling (after dropping economics, power to all you economists!). Film Photography came along naturally, it was art and it was science. Trial and Error. Well, mostly trialling.
Almost 10 years later, I have come full circle again with film photography, with my digital cameras taking a back seat. Still using my grandfathers camera (a gorgeous Pentax Asahi) and a not so gorgeous Holga that I bought in 2007 while in New York. I’m due to start developing my own images again while keeping a proper diary/lab report, but in the meantime, I will be posting some of the lab-developed images up on here. Enjoy!