A few months ago Nico and I went through to Glasgow for the day. We started our day at Kelvingrove art gallery/museum, the building is beautiful, the exhibitions are beautiful, the atmosphere was beautiful. We arrived there at 4 and the museum was closing at 5 so we weren’t able to explore as much as we had hoped. From the gallery, we ventured out to try and find the river Clyde. We walked, talked, walked some more and of course took photographs.
The following photos were taken in the walking passage next to the SECC. Nico took the first photo.
I developed another roll of film yesterday. It took me a few months to complete the roll because I’ve been busy finishing uni, graduating and looking for jobs. I couldn’t even remember what pictures I had taken but was so surprised with how the photos turned out especially the presence of the light leaks (unintentional…but cool).
These photos were taken in/outside of Kings Cross in London
The lens on my camera somehow got stuck, so I had to use a zoom lens for the next few photos. The lens is huge and all manual focus…but okay.
I recently developed my second roll of black and white film, I’m still not 100% comfortable with my SLR camera so I’m still experimenting a little. I LOVE the grainy texture of film photographs. I also love that surprise you get when you look at your developed film and and it doesn’t totally suck!