Welcome to the second edition of geloyellow + film! Although there are 36 exposures in the roll that I used, I will only be sharing a few photos and they're mostly photos of my friends. Other photos not published here will be used for my other personal projects.
I went to a cinematography workshop by Yam Laranas with my friends a few months ago. Before we went to the venue, we passed the time by browsing books at Powerbooks Greenbelt. Does anyone know what type of mirror is this called? I really like taking shots like this since college.
Exploration No. 5 music video launch. I forgot to take a picture of Reese during the launch. Sad lyf.
my channel soon! More shots will be revealed on that video. This is my friend Josh wearing my camera with a gorillapod which I use for vlogging. This concludes geloyellow + film no.2! See ya next time! Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.
This is so random but wow, I'm actually updating my blog after a long while. Anyway, my friend Josh let me borrow his film camera recently just because. I couldn't pass up on the opportunity because I've always wanted to try it since college. I immediately got myself a Kodak film from the mall and had the roll of film loaded inside. Thank god there's google because I had no idea how to operate the camera properly. Neither did my friend.
Below are my favorite shots from shooting with film for the first time. There are 36 shots (or is it exposures?) for every roll of film and these are the ones that I found most decent. The only difficulty I found with shooting is getting my subject in focus. My eyesight is getting worse because my laptop's screen is broken and it's connected to the TV (that I've been staring at for hours everyday). But hey, some people say sharpness is overrated so whatevs.
It was my first time to attend Art Fair PH. I loved the artworks but there were too many people taking selfies and OOTDs. This is the only photo I have of the event (though my friend Mixi took a photo of me in front of it lol) and also one of my favorite paintings because of its color palette.
Her blog is one of my favorite ones to read back in college mainly because of its whole aesthetic (her photos, graphics, and everything else). It's really cool that I get to collab with her now. Our music video will be up on her YouTube channel soon!
Vis mah brotha from anotha motha. Solid bro, dude, pare, chong.
Growing up, I've always loved McDo more than Jollibee because I'm a white boy deep inside. (Kidding.) But recently, I feel like I've been converted to Jollibeeism. Maybe this is the effect of eating nothing but Chickenjoy for three straight days while I was in Bicol.
Let me know what you think of my first attempt at film photography in the comments section! Click here to see more photos.