Shooting Film

When I first started shooting photos, my grandfather gave me his Canon film camera so I could learn how to shoot on film. I used it for a high school photojournalism class, where the images really sucked. Exposure, contrast, everything was crap. How it will be and should be.

I kept on shooting alongside digital through the years, and it’s hasn’t been until now that I’ve gotten technically great images (without a working light meter, I use an app that has Exposure Values in a chart that corresponds to ISO/shutter speed/aperture).


And it wasn’t until my digital camera was stolen that I started shooting film so much.

It’s given me restrictions, and in turn made me more thorough in respect to how I take photos.


Here’s a gallery of images on a range of different black and white films.