Just like my peers, us young photographers were trained purely through digital cameras just because it was..
A. Practical (you didn’t have to spend a fortune developing and scanning the pictures), B. Convenient (you didn’t have to wait eons just to see your pictures), and C. Sharing was much, much faster (for the impatient and 24/7 connected).
These past few months however, I’ve been toying with film cameras and have come to discover what the fuzz was about. It was a magical experience. When I saw the scans that came back to me, I was blown. Every shot felt special, the grain was soft yet crisp and the backgrounds shattered beautifully beyond the subjects. I couldn’t stop gushing. (Just ask my girlfriend).
Below are a few outtakes from Aron and Etel’s affair at Highlands Tagaytay.
I’m definitely adding this new gear to my arsenal. As to I’ll be offering this option to my packages, who knows? But for know I guess I’m opening myself to requests and inquiries.
Film is not dead after all.
Video: Threelogy | Gown: Edward Teng | Highlands Tagaytay
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