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March of Film

March of Film

March of Film starts tomorrow – If you’ve ever wanted to learn or develop your photography, this could be your chance. I’ve chatted a bit about film photography before on my blog and this is the next chapter.

What is it?March of Film

March of film is a theme-based project with two simple goals: To spark creativity and to keep film alive. The concept is pretty straight forward, on the 1st of March (Tomorrow) they will publish 31 themes on their website. Then over the course of the month you can choose one or as many as you’d like to do. Then grab a film camera and a roll of film and go shoot and experiment!

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  • Droplet

  • Bloom

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Film Photography – August I

Since last time I have been extremely fortunate and blessed, I ask some people at church about getting hold of a film camera and sent round a message. In the end received an Olympus OM-1 and would like to take this opportunity to thank the Buchanans!

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Film – Roll 2

So this is my second roll of film shot on my Konstruktor on an ISO 100 film. The shots were taken over summer including some from my family holiday in Croatia.

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  • MX

  • Sign

  • Summer

Film Photography

So this is a couple of the results from the Lomography Konstruktor DIY camera kit! Out of the 36 exposures about 12 photographs came out well. So as of the moment here is a few of my favourite ones, with more to follow on returning from holiday!

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Lomography Konstruktor DIY camera kit

Lomography Konstruktor DIY camera kit

One of my favourite blogs is called Uncrate, the site is a collection of ‘Gear for guys’ I’m not too sure if it’s good for me (or my wallet) as I end up wishing I owned a lot of stuff they post.

I first saw the Konstruktor mentioned here on Uncrate and I instantly fell in love, the concept of build and using a DIY film camera sounded awesome.

So what is it?

Lomography’s Konstruktor gives you the opportunity to easily build your very own 35mm SLR camera from scratch. It’s the perfect tool for having fun while learning the exciting mechanics behind how analogue photography works. And best of all? The Konstruktor produces wonderfully sharp and vibrant photos which capture the joyful essence of photography.

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