I’ve been trying to keep a camera on me most days these days. Usually a small compact or something that fits snugly over my shoulder without adding too much weight or occupying too much thought while I’m out and about. More of a simple exercise in simply seeing the world. I’ve been trying to capture more movement, to see my surroundings more as a cinematographer might. Reading more film theory and editing concepts and trying to apply that to stills and street scenes from daily life. Studying rigid forms in an attempt to be a bit looser I guess, mostly with the belief that art is a kind of struggle in contrasts. Blah blah blah. So anyway, here are a few photographs from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Hong Kong. All shot on black & white film since the break of 2017.
4 thoughts on “Film Photography | Daily Life”
The last image stands out. We have unearthed our father’s old Pentax from a ‘baul’. I Im taking it to Hidalgo for some repair and I think i’m going film. Going back.
Fabulous photos 🙂 I like them in black and white, I think it makes them more dramatic 🙂
The old man and all those shop-signs: breathtaking!
You visited so many gorgeous places on my wish list! Iceland looks like something from another world, and your photos capture it beautifully!