One day in France

The photos below were all taken with one roll of film between  1pm  on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of January 2012 between Paris and Bergerac, France. I used a cheap Nikon TW20 compact from the late 80’s (still brand new, still sealed in the box after 20+ years) and one roll of Kodak Portra 160. All the images are totally unaltered (even the one above of the pampas grass that looks like a negative)

I know I keep banging-on about it, but you really don’t need a £1600 camera to enjoy photography, or for others to enjoy your photography. The Nikon cost me £20, £3.90 for the film and £7.75 to have the film developed and scanned to a standard more than adequate for web use.

5 comments

  1. Im in Russia, and such hairy legs would really help you in this weather! Come on come on! :) You remind me of Demi Morre in the Scarlet letter. Say bonjour to your shower from Russia.

  2. LaineApine

    This is a great photo post!
    I love how you combine the “everyday” scenes with the nature and things around. Enjoyable! :) A nice look into this one day of yours.
    And film cameras have much bigger charm! The film photo taste is way more better than the digital one.

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