Greetings from Delhi. Its a lovely comfortable 48 degrees celsius and if you’re stuck home, maybe looking to entertain yourself, here are a few tips! Shoot some super high iso film in these hot nights There is no way you’re shooting in the hot daylight. So try some high iso films in the night. If […]Read more "5 Things To Do This Summer"
Some people are lucky to have a history of visual culture in their family. But when you take some lovely slow cooked history and marinate it with a photographers mind, you get “thebeautifulpeopleblog”, a project which brings together storytelling and visual poetry together in the perfect blend. Today I speak to Jason Tilley, the founder […]Read more "CC Conversations : Jason Tilley"
In my last trip to my mother’s ancestral home, I found about 300 old family pictures. I don’t think I’ve been so excited in a long time, it makes me feel just so wow. These images range from family events, school photographs, formal portraits to random snapshots. And each and everyone is more beautiful than the […]Read more "So I found some old pictures!"
I’ve been recently introduced to the idea of shooting polaroids. I remember a long time ago on a family trip, my parents wanted to pay a local photographer to take a polaroid of the family and I pointed out that its a waste of money. We still went ahead and took the pictures and it […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : The Polaroid Book"
Catalog Number : 010 Reviewed By : Anushree Gavas Film Name : Ilford Pan 400 Format : 120 / 135 / Instant : 135 Speed (ISO) : 400 Color / Slide / BW : BW Processing (C41 / E6 / BW) : BW Color Exaggeration (R/G/B) : None Availability (In Production / Back Stock / […]Read more "The Film Pharmacist – Ilford Pan 400"