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Wishing everyone out there a great World Photography Day. I haven’t been posting much as I’m still waiting form some rolls to be developed, but I’d still want to post a more imperfect photo but one I like a lot. Shot on Kodak Ultramax on the Leica - #streetphotography 

Emma&Ryan #120mm 

Shot by Jonathan Bertin (@jonathanbertin ) via @featureshoot  #pellicolamag 

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Kodak200 Contax T2 -

I’m so fucking tired of being on anti-depressants. When I first started them a few years ago, I believed it would be a quick fix, I’d get better and be off of them in no time. But apparently, when your “doing better,” doctors assume that’s the medicine working. And when I’m “not doing better,” doses get increased and I feel too shitty to argue. Day to day it’s easy to forget about them, it doesn’t effect daily living except for the minute a day you use to take them. That is, unless you run out of course. That dose that’s ever increasing, drops to 0 the day after I’m out of medicine. My body hurts from the inside out, I’m dizzy and become incapacitated. Yet, I’m suppose to believe that these chemicals are the reason my life is going well? Not all my hard work it took to get me here? All I can say is 3 years ago, I wish instead of giving in to the peer pressure of getting on meds, I’d just broken up with the narcissistic abusive boy I was dating. Because there’s truly nothing more painful than loving someone whose incapable of love, and who reminds you of that on the daily. I’m better because of my own love, no chemicals can do that. 💕 #35mm 

⚡️ Electricity in his veins ⚡️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Captured this photo of my brother Duncan with my Nikonos V in the depths of the St. Lawrence River. Love the graininess, low visibility, and lighting. But what I love most about this photo is how well it portrays my brother. Calm and sincere like the water and inside passionately charged like lightning ⚡️ I love your drive and it inspires me. Very thankful for you bud ❤️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #35mm  #nikonosproject  #underwaterphotography 

West London walk

Untitled (Spectators I) Silver Gelatin Hand-Print on Fibre Based Paper 20x25cm 2018

Warm tones in Marsala, Sicily Shot on Pentax sf10 W/ Portra 400 #showbiggsyourfilm  #35mmfilm  #36flix 

The old family car #ektar100 

people run from rain but sit in bathtubs full of water. it is fairly dismal to know that millions of people are worried about the hydrogen bomb yet they are already dead.​ (bukowski, 1975) . . ======== shot on my vivitar champion 35, fujicolour 200 (expired) ======== . . #potrait  #myart  #photography  #photo  #composition  #streetfashion  #streetshot  #urbanart  #urbanexploration  #filmisalive  #architecture  #abstract  #lines  #skyscraper  #city  #architecturalphotography  #analog  #mm  #analogphotography  #filmisnotdead  #filmphotography  #ishootfilm  #filmcommunity  #fujifilm  #staybrokeshootfilm  #filmfeed  #filmcamera  #doubleexposure  #grainsthetic  #photocinematic 

hide and seek 💤💤💤 Buttery smooth frame from expired Fuji Velvia taken on Mamiya 645 1000s. Was a bit tricky to align focus as the camera had a problem with the mirror alignment and thus I had to manually measure focus distance. Still happy with results and hopefully will get the camera back from repairs soon.

verb 1. |TOIL| work extremely hard or incessantly. "we toiled away"

Blindside ✨ . In frame @mr.renewong  In @charlieconstantinou  Assisted by @sammiswar 

วัดทางเดินวัดพุทไธศวรรย์ #film  #filmcamera  #filmphotography  #filmisnotdead  #filmcommunity  #buyfilmnotmegapixels  #blackandwhite  #blackandwhitephotography  #bwfilm  #rolleifilm 

Baltimore, MD // Holga 120N // Fuji Pro 160

Corso Buenos Aires Kodak Retina IIa | Kodak Ektar 100

Ảnh bị ám xanh, nhìn hơi tởm :(

Most film cameras have lasted generations and a well designed and serviced mechanical camera outlasts its owner. They are from an era when things were made to be so. The hyper commercializing of the film photography industry in the 1980s and 1990s created cameras that don't last as long, but are unbelieveable masterpieces anyhow. During the last 10 years, as new film cameras have not been released and prices have plumeted, the percistent have been able to enjoy the multitude of cameras in the world for pennies on the dollar. Lately the appreciation of these masterpieces has gone up and the value alongside them. Maybe in 20 or 30 years we will be in the situation classic care owners are nowadays - a man's dream is to own a certain model and he works for years to save enough to get a decent copy. On Friday we will ponder the future of film camera manufacturing with a introduction to the subject from @oscaroweson  - join us by pressing on the link in Bio.