Happy New Month everyone! Which also happens to be my birthday month.
I am so proud of myself for sticking to it and doing a photo a day for a whole month. That was not easy at all. This bonus post will be my chance to reflect on the 30-Day challenge and also, to share with you the remaining frames from that roll of 35mm film.
In case you missed it, the introduction post before the challenge can be found here.
The film I shared was shot back in 2018 in February/March and it is only now that I have managed to scan and share the images with you. I had not even seen the photos properly prior to this challenge, so it was a pleasant surprise. If there is one thing I realised once I saw the photographs is that I like taking another photo of the same scene just in case. And this is why I sometimes ended up two of the same photo.
The photos were taken during winter in a resort town in the East Coast of England called Great Yarmouth.
My friends and I had planned this trip so we could see the Martin Parr and Tony Ray Jones ‘Only in England (The Non-Conformists)’ exhibition at the Time and Tide Museum and we arrived when the museum had closed for the day. So instead, we wandered around the deserted beach taking photographs. Other than my phone, I only had my 35mm film and instant film cameras with me as this was a no-digital photography type of trip. I have to admit, I did enjoy photographing using film without reaching out for my DSLR as back-up.
Anyway, here are the other frames from the 35mm 36exp roll.
Now that you have seen all 36 frames, which photographs have been your favourite? Leave a comment below with Day 2, 13, 25 or any of the photographs shared on this blog post.
I will be doing this challenge again in June as it is the next month with 30 days. Not sure what kind of images I will share then, but keep checking in. I might just surprise you and myself.
From next week, I am back to posting once a week on Fridays.
Stay safe and don’t forget to wash your hands!