Back to analogue photography Pt. 1

I think that all photographers go through the same very steps in their creative process, one of these being film photography. When I found a roll of expired Kodak xx (exp. 2005) in one of my drawers last June, I hesitated to use it with my old Minolta (from the time when I was a tourist photographer, about two decades ago). Instead, I borrowed my mother-in-law’s Canon AE-1 to re-experience analogue photography. I will post the results of these experiments in the coming days and weeks. A new year is beginning and I need a new breath (from a creative point of view).

I’ll start with the funniest taken during my summers analogue photographic spree. There’s probably something wrong with abusing mannequins, but I’m almost positive it’s not prohibited.

Camera: Canon AE-1

Film: Kodak TMax 100 (exp. 2005), developed in lab

Picture taken in June 2019 in La Louvière, Belgium

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