I brought the La Sardina out for a walk that day to the edge of the beach, breathing in the ocean’s salty taste.
I have visited the marketplace so many times and discovered that it is still popular place western tourists. Only that, now, the environment is more localised. The La Sardina with its vintage flash, has a very catchy and mischievous appearance. While I was leisurely walking, many kids were attracted to this interesting camera and brought them closer to me and my La Sardina, which then took photos of those kids as a memento.
After leaving school and going out into the society to face the challenges of work, I found summer vacations to be much more precious. Do not forget the innocence of childhood, feel the sea breeze, and let your mind relax. Though the summer should be spent under the sun, our oceanic La Sardina is about to cool off and dive into the sea!
Where did you spend your summer? Are there anything interesting analogue adventures to share with the community? Be our guest and write about it for our Locations section and it might be published in our Online Magazine
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! Under California's sunny palm trees, Darkroom Lab has been standing tall and proud for more than 50 years now. Its manager, Curt, walked us through the store's history.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! For this feature, we talked to Gowanus Darkroom, one of New York's pillar in the analogue scene.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! In this feature, we talked to Safelight Lab, a pillar of the analog scene on the West Coast that started as darkroom parties in Rob Cowan, the founder's apartment.
A passion for people, a love for her city, and a lot of trial and errors with cameras pushed Beirut based photographer Sama Beydoun to carry her camera around all the time capturing her surroundings. With the versatility of "La Sardina", Sama has photographed her city, friends, and family, from dusk 'til dawn, night to day, and mountains to the sea.
Some sun, light, good company, and unexposed roll of film are all that Lauren Ruth Ward needs to let her heart and soul express themselves. With a customized "La Sardina" that she's now giving away (and you can potentially win), she photographed her friends around – and in the pool, with some simple tips and tricks!
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! In this feature, we talked to the Bushwick Community Darkroom, to understand how they grew from a simple idea to an institution in New York's analog scene.
Working straight out of Capitol Hill, NBC producer and reporter Frank Thorp V carries around a film camera while on his day job, and not any camera: a large format Speed Graphic. Shooting large format taught Frank how to slow down and weight each shot even if it's in the midst of an impeachment.
Her first double exposure was a mistake, but for Palestinian photographer Dina Salem, it enabled her to enter a world of multiple exposures and infinite compositions. Currently based out of Abu Dhabi, she considers herself to be rooted everywhere and anywhere in the world, finding inspiration in her everyday surroundings. With some Lomography CN 100, she achieved some beautiful multiple exposures, straight out of another dimension.
Confinement didn't stop San Diego based photographer Michael Walrond from shooting film, on the contrary, it gave him the opportunity to explore the medium even more. With the help of his friend and artist Tiffany Cole, he shot a series through screens on film, that he, later on, cross-processed for an out-of-this reality vision.