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I love shooting with film & found this treasure in my archives from a road trip in 2006. Traveling & film make a great combination.

Happy Weekend x

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Playing with 35mm film.

I just love having fun with film! These images are a result of curiosity, playing with my humble old film camera, Minolta x300, I studied photography with at City Varsity & my usual 35mm colour FujiFilm.

My husband & I like to visit different places just once, just to say “we’ve been there” and then we have a few special places we visit frequently.

We visited Swellendam in March and we will definitely go back to see more of this beautiful town. Thank you to Braeside Guest House for making us feel at home.

Our favourite places to visit in Cape Town. The Iziko South African Museum, the Company’s Gardens & the South African National Art Gallery.

Blurry - Hand held at 1/15sec, ISO200

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Playing with 35mm film.

There is something about shooting with film that just renews my love for photography every time. Especially when I shoot with an old camera. You never know how the images will come out. I decided to buy a plain Fujifilm 35mm roll for my 1985 Pentax P30 and just have fun.

It is tough to shoot with film, not because of the technical side of it, but because you have to be selfish with every shot. What to shoot? It will really drive you crazy, so I just went with it.

My gorgeous husband. ;)

Sealed with a kiss. {Cheesy, I know.}

At Chantel & Rigard’s Engagement Session.

Not the best shot, but there is something magical about it for me.

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Marselle & Jarcu - 17 September 2011

As inspirasie om dié blogpost te skryf het ek weer na Jefferson Starship se We built this City geluister, terwyl ek skryf. Hoekom? Want Marselle & Jarcu se troue was my eerste een vir die nuwe trou seisoen en alles waarvan ek kon droom as ‘n troufotograaf was deel van hulle troue. ‘n Oulike paartjie, ‘n great groep jong mense, mooi weer, groen & geel canola velde en baie tyd. Om dit alles te kroon, het ek my eerste “movie moment” by ‘n troue beleef, later in die aand het DJ Wally, We Built This City opgesit. Twee lang rye het oorkant mekaar gevorm en die volgende oomblik, ‘n awesome dans roetine deur Marselle, Jarcu en al hul vriende. Hoendervleis.

Marselle & Jarcu, baie dankie vir ‘n ongelooflike ondervinding en dat ons kon deel in julle spesiale dag.

PS: Ek wil ook net dankie sê dat ek kon fun hê met my ou film kamera. ;)

Yashicaflex & Fuji colour film

Yashicaflex & Fuji colour film

Dié volgende twee is Nic se mooi foto’s.

Yashicaflex & Fuji colour film

Yashicaflex & Fuji colour film

Yashicaflex & Fuji colour film

…they call us irresponsible…

…listen to the radio…

…don’t you remember? We built this city, We built this city on rock and roll!…

…we built this city…

…we built this city…

on rock & roll!!!

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U is welkom om ‘n boodskap vir Marselle & Jarcu te los.

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Photographer’s Assistant - Nic Redelinghuys
Wedding Dress - Didi Couture
Stationary - Renaissance Creations
Flowers - Concordia Flowers
Make up - Hanlie Marais
Hair - Elona Marais
DJ - DJ Wally 082 411 7260
Cake - Hanlie Jones 083 263 7497

Love, 120 roll film & Muizenberg

Since a very young age and many exhausting trips, by my mother, to Clicks to have my 110 films developed, I just fell in love with photography. Through the years my 110 films changed to 35mm and then eventually 120 roll film and then it changed to digital.

Lately I found myself missing that film “feel”, so I took out my Yashicaflex and found old 120 roll films to play with. They are still available at Orms & Cameraworld.

Jacques and I had the privilege to have our engagement session shot by Du Wayne Denton. Obviously my Yashicaflex went along. ;)


Jacques x

ISO 400
Aperture f/8 - f/5.6
Shutter speed 1/200 sec - 1/100sec
Post Production Adobe Photoshop CS3 (Levels & a “light” Sharpen)
Weather Sunny to Overcast
Processed C41 processed at Orms

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Sneak preview - For the love of 120 Roll Film

Yesterday was an exciting day for me, because I had a black & white film developed at Orms.

Jacques, my fiance and I had the privilege of having our engagement shoot on Sunday by Du Wayne Denton.

Very nervous and excited for the big photo shoot, I thought I will bring a long my Yashicaflex and a Ilford XP2 ISO 400 Super 120 Roll Film. I think most photographers feel safe behind a camera ;)

Here is a sneak preview.

ISO 400
Aperture f/5.6
Shutter speed 1/100sec
Post Production Adobe Photoshop CS3 (Levels & a “light” Sharpen)
Weather Overcast