Film Disposables #2

This disposable camera post is long overdue, but I still feel like posting it. There is something very special to me about film photography - it feels more nostalgic and representative of the memory in my head. One picture to capture one moment, rather than 30 of the same thing. Using a disposable camera creates a realistic version of a memory, rather than an overly posed or fine tuned version. In this way, they represent reality. They aren't really in order to be honest, but that doesn't matter as they are all individual snippets of moments. Although these photos may have no personal significance to you, I hope you enjoy looking through them. If you are featured in these photos, I love U xx

Joe after a walk to the woods

Jorja Smith gig at Rock City

Joe and I at my 18th Birthday meal
Joe and I swimming in the Isle of Wight sea in October (crazy people)

Katie, Anna, Josie and I at a Mahalia gig

James's Birthday

Anna in Leicester

Joe during geography fieldwork in Isle of Wight

Anna and I in Luzern, Switzerland

Anna on a sunset walk at home

Anna and I eating crepes in Basel :)

Anna and I swimming (floating) in the river in Basel

New York City skyline

Katie, Anna and I in town

Katie, Anna and I in Basel

Me while camping with Joe

Joe in Nottingham

Dermot Kennedy at Dot To Dot festival

Bad Sounds at Dot To Dot festival - taken from in front of the barrier

Bad Sounds at Dot To Dot festival - taken from in front of the barrier

Joe on the way back from a vintage kilo sale

Have you ever tried using a disposable camera?

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