Happy new year!
I had stopped blogging (I don’t even want to remember how terrible it was) since years ago, but now I am back in the blogsphere and the reasons why I start writing a blog again are:
- I am bored and I only have 21 hours away from the end of my Christmas break
- I have tons of things to share but don’t really know how (I’ve been such a spammer on Instagram and Snapchat so I guess it’s time to find another place to annoy you with my stories)
- I am now in Paris to continue my studies. Some people say that you can only love the city or hate the city. I haven’t decided yet so let’s just talk about both?
- This is graded by my teacher.
Right those are my reasons friends. As I am trying to eat my newly-bought clementines now (and they are very sour and I guess I chose the wrong ones. Bye 0,99€.), I have to say that this journey of me going to Paris has been entirely overwhelming. I didn’t plan on going here, but here I am, confused by the administrative system and always hungry because the food here is amazing (and broke, because it’s P-a-r-i-s). Alright, I’ll stop there. I also started using film cameras again, and this time I bought an old Agfa Isolette II from Etsy, just about a month ago. I feel like I need to learn more about all manual photography, not only the digital cameras because I don’t think it’s enough for me to grow. So I went for it.
These are the pictures I took when trying out my first roll and second roll, I used Lomography 120mm ISO 400 films, just because it’s always cloudy in most of Europe these days, so let’s do 400. I need to admit that in terms of technical knowledge, I know nothing. But I take that as the point of learning, you will always discover something by doing (Plus I am very bad with technology). Some were blurred, some were good. Hashtag Beauty of Film.
Until next time,