28 October 2015

europe on film

I've been making it a point to shoot a lot more film in the past couple of months, and I've really been enjoying the process. When I started planning my trip to Europe to visit friends this past August, I was weighing in on the idea of leaving my digital camera at home and shooting the entire trip on film. In the end, I chickened out of that idea since I'm still learning how to shoot better on film, but I didn't want to leave it behind, so I ended up bringing both cameras and alternating between the two throughout the duration of the trip! I got the couple of rolls of film I shot while I was there developed a couple of weeks ago, and just got around to scanning the prints to my computer today. All this to say, here are a few of my favourite film shots from Munich, Vienna, and Bratislava this summer!

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1 comment:

  1. This is great ... I love that you used film! It is such a different feel, I think, when using film, and it turned out to be so lovely in your photos!