It’s been a while since I wrote a blog post on the subject of analog photographs! Mostly because it took us so long to go through two rolls of film that half of these photos are from last year. It was an Ilford HP5 and it was not the most inspiring film to get through during the cold months. And because the Canon is currently not working, this was the only film we had available for shooting. This whole blog will be a jumble of color and black & white photos so I’ll try to start with the oldest ones which are in color. For instance, this beautiful autumn sunrise! We woke up really early for it and somehow, it only kept getting more beautiful with each passing minute.

Our analog memories

Our analog memories

And when you still have some color film left, a sunny fog is sure to get you out of the house on a cold November morning. And get my knees wet from all the kneeling in the grass. But this kind of light should never be missed out on!

Our analog memories

Our analog memories

The oldest black and white photos date back to last summer when we visited Dublin. Though I have to admit it was Grégory who was mostly behind the analog camera. But I did get inspired while in the printing museum. There were so many exquisite old prints everywhere!

Our analog memories

Our analog memories

And while in Athens, we shot a full film of Ilford HP5. Midway through we changed to a color film because we wanted both kinds of photos from Greece. In the end, we ended up mostly using our analog cameras during trips abroad because let’s face it, shooting film on a daily basis is not cheap. This way, we save it for special occasions when we know we’ll be inspired by new places and new cultures. And that’s always guaranteed!

Our analog memories

Our analog memories

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