When it comes to using old film, I love trying long gone rolls, even if that throws a whole lot of uncertainty into what might come out. This time I have been out of luck with a 40 year old roll of film, but I like the look of the marks of the film in the final image.
Just attracted by the texture of this old door.
While spending some time out on a Sunday’s night.
I know it is spring time, but that dead leave just struck me.
Been away from photography for quite a while, come back has not been an easy thing. Out of ideas, and creativity being at its worst makes selecting a subject of interest a hell of a trivia.
I love film and I love film cameras. They have been made to drag you out of the house and most of what people or any other social living being has been made for.
Sometimes, bad luck knocks your door, caught you by surprise and nails you indoors for a hell lot of time. Then, something nice happens, gets you started and feel quite of an urge to get out and resume drawing that line right where you left it.
A lovely gift from a best friend that really knocked my socks off.
Sunsets have been made for color, but trying them in black and white can make them look more dramatic.