Analogue Journal: Weymouth.


There are so many things analogue photography has taught me. I love the genuineness that it presents and I love how relaxed people in this set look. One of the utmost difficulties in portraits I would say is getting the models to feel comfortable, so I am definitely amused at the fact that I had made mine as natural as they could be. On the other note there is this indescribable joy I get every time seeing my films safely developed and returned. Oh grains and faded tones, how can I pass you up! 


love, M

Gear: Canon AE-1; Editing: None

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  1. Where do you send your film to be processed???

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    1. I took it to this shop in Bristol - http://www.photographique.co.uk/ :)

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    1. It's my friend's! Loving it <3

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    2. That's too beautiful !!! Nature outcomes!! <3 love!

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  3. How do u make the models feel comfortable especially if it's the first time u work with them? The photos still looks so lovely and beautiful as always!! :D

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    1. Aw thank you! I would suggest having casual talks with em first so they will feel more comfortable around you, and try to joke and be nice when shooting! :)

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  4. Your pictures never fail to amaze me. Nice oxfords! hehe


    xx Mandy

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