Analog Photography In 2020

I often look back on past photos I’ve taken. It usually gives me a fresh perspective on things and often times gives me a new appreciation for photos I may have overlooked. I recently went through some film photos, both old and new and I appreciate those photos so much more than I had ever thought. Many, and I mean MANY aren’t good photos. Tons that were out of focus (because I can’t focus properly without wearing glasses lol), some just didn’t have a good composition, and some that I just don’t know what the hell I was thinking when I shot it. But they’re all memories to me. They have a more tangible value over phone photos or any sort of digital photograph for that matter. So my goal for the next while at least, is to shoot more film like I once used to. Saying that makes me feel so old. I’m almost dating myself here but the truth ain’t always pretty.

Here’s some unseen film frames from the summer, and some recent film photos I’ve taken with some friends. Shot on either Kodak Gold 200 or Kodak Portra 400

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