I finally got the chance to transfer my films I developed on CDs on my flash drive and I was so happy. A really nice guy accepted to help me, I am so grateful.
I have pictures I shot since December and oh my. I am in love with analog photography, that’s it. I mean, I like pictures I take with my iPhone too but the feeling isn’t the same.
First of all : I can’t see what I just captured and it makes it more valuable to me. I remember watching our albums and seeing photos of my wonderful mother and other family members, friends, etc. We developed them because we had no choice, but it also created a special relation with these pictures. It was kind of a treasure to me. I was a nightmare for my parents, at some point they had to develop films so much they hid the camera. The digital ones really made them happy. Second of all : I love the fact it isn’t always perfect. Perfection is boring to me and I feel like we stopped using analog photography because we were seeking something more manipulable (and less expansive). I don’t think I will own a digital camera again because I did not like the relationship I had with photography. I can be moved by digital photographs but I love the melancholy the analog one makes me feel. Besides, I never edit my analog shots and I don’t think people usually do it either. It’s like analog photography commanded a certain kind of respect. I love its imperfections, its unpredictable dimension and everything that comes with.
I’m not saying I am a Hell of a talented photographer since I only shot what I want to, as I love digital photographers’ work a lot. It’s just not my favourite type of photography to practice.
So I am really happy because I stopped thinking about how I could reach people, if my pictures would be worth it. I peacefully started taking people I love and other stuffs the past few months and it makes me love doing it even more. If it‘s possible. #35mm
🎞 Kodak Colors 400
📷 Olympus Infinity Stylus
Credits : Winter, which means few weeks ago.
23 Mai. Joyeux anniversaire Ambrine, croquette de mon cœur. Tu ne le sais même pas, mais tu as un peu été comme une petite sœur avant que la mienne pointe le bout de son nez. Petit Amour devenu grand. 💕👶🏼🎂 #35mm Credits : ma maman, automne 1999.
Mood. Last summer - a lazy day at Rhinebeck lounging under the trees. 😁
I can’t believe it’s already Memorial Day weekend. I’m beyond excited for summer but where on earth did the last 5 months go?!
“Oh c'mon, baby, c'mon darling
Let me steal this moment from you now.
C'mon, angel, c'mon, c'mon, darling
Let's exchange the experience.”
Running Up The Hill 🎧 Kate Bush
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