Film photography – the first film.

Apologies for my sudden disappearance.
My lungs hate this British weather.

I’ve been meaning to upload some of the images from my first film,
better late than never.
I started using film when I was in college, on a photography project,
then I was kindly given an old Canon Rebel G/EOS 500n by
a family member.
I’m still getting used to it but here are a few shots off the first film I got developed.
I love the grainy feel of nostalgia when using film.

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This is my face.
I’ve never been keen on my face.
Enjoy these blown-out highlights.

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Lovely frosty days.

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Lovely-frosty-days-that-give-everything-a-cold-glow.

Hoping to upload some more film images onto Flickr soon.
In the fullness of time.
I’m so slow.

Anybody else love film?

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“Just enjoy what you have right now”

Slightly cryptic, forgive me.

This isn’t the most perfect photo. Not the most perfect exposure, composition, editing, etc.

But.

Today I was thinking about the title of this post (which I wasn’t intending to write)
as it’s a piece of advice I’m often given! I’m the first to admit that I spend
too much time worrying about things that haven’t happened yet.
But today, the sun finally came out behind the fog (gotta love the UK!),
and it was beautiful.

So this is the most perfect photo because I was so happy when I took it.
I enjoyed what was happening,
for what it was.

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