I started experimenting with film photography using my dad's old Canon AL-1 which I dusted off the shelf, with its 50mm lens and 70 to 200 zoom lens. I've been developing and scanning the rolls in different labs, but with time I realized that I would find it difficult to learn about each film's own characteristics, when I have no control over the development and scanning process, and each lab has its own way of working. Thus I've recently started scanning at home using a low-end scanner (though I’m looking into getting a better scanner, which would allow me to get sharper images), and I'm hoping I will soon be able to develop at home too.

Here it's a collection of stills I have shot, some of which are home-scanned. However pictures are not ordered chronologically, but according to instinct. 


Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portra 160, Kodak ColorPlus 200, Kodak Superia X-TRA 400, Fujcolor C200

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