Cambodia & Photography: Film

It was roughly this time last year when I decided to sell all my digital gear and switch to film. I wanted to get back to basics, simplify things, and start again from scratch (or thereabouts). I felt I’d missed out on the fundamentals by jumping straight into digital. What has been surprising is that over the past year I’ve realised I’m shooting more black and white than I ever expected.

去年のこの時期にディジタルをやめて、フィルムに戻すことに決めました。なぜかと言うと、シンプルで撮りたかったし、基礎をもう一度勉強したかったからです。ディジタルで写真を始めたので、写真の基本が自分にはまだ不足だと気付きました。

この一年でビックリしている事は、白黒で撮った写真が思ったより多いことです。

Cycled since I was a kid, moved to Japan in 2001, bought my first 'serious' camera in 2005. Spent the later half of the 1990s travelling in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Nepal, Japan, and the Philippines and wish I'd photographed a lot more back then.

2 thoughts on “Cambodia & Photography: Film

    • Not for a long time. I’m NOT buying any more cameras for a few years. As you know, I’m getting hooked on Ilford film.

      Besides, I still have a G12 to play with occasionally and my iPhone.

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