We’ve all used 35mm film before. It’s cheap, easy, colorful, and comes in countless varieties. But this, my friends is something entirely different. Think of it as a new and entirely passionate way to put a fresh spin on your relationship.
Sprocket Holes and Sweet Nothings
Perhaps you know – or have heard of – or might be part of a married couple who needed to put a little spice and romance back into their lives. You know, they rent a nice hotel room for the night. Get a sitter for the kids. Go out for a high-class meal, and then – ooohh – he’s got a present for her… and that present is nothing other than sexy lingerie … and she puts that Marvin Gaye album on, and all of those old sparks fly once again.
Yes, this is pretty similar. For even if you’ve been around the block with 35mm film more times than you care to count, the union of PANORAMIC sized images (58mm tall!), exposed SPROCKET holes, and a fresh PORTRAIT format will let you see a new – and irresistibly tempting side of 35mm film that you never know existed before. No hotel room required. But a box of Swiss chocolates would be a nice touch.
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