So I keep going back and forth about whether I should be doing these blog posts about my analog project in english or not. I know from my statistics that a bunch of my readers surf in from countries that are less than likely to be speaking norwegian (HEY YOU GUYS!) , which inspires me to write in my mother tongue. Therefore, english it is (at least for this time, heh).
For my dads birthday this year, le familia all chipped in and spent five days together in Gdansk . It´s been ages since we all went on a trip together, and Poland was so lovely and warm and beautiful for us that week. I decided to go all analog for this trip and only brought my Nikon F and a whole bunch of film. Leaving my dslr back at home was so scary at first, and my anxiety for not capturing any good pics from or holiday together shot through the roof. BUT, the rolls of film came back perfect and I absolutely love love love all the feels in every single one of them. I´ve split the pics in to three posts – I hope you enjoy them ♥
view from our lovely apartment on the busy Długa street. We lucked out big time on AirBnb with this apartment which I would highly recommend you check out if your are planning a stay in Gdansk. It is central, close to just about everything, great hosts and provides a lovely atmosphere from the street artists playing the accordion just down below. And the window pane is perfect for people spotting which is a good enough reason on its own.
We climbed the manymanymany steps to the top of the St. Mary´s Church (or the Bazylika Mariacka in Polish) and cooled off on the top to an amazing view of the old city. There we took a moment to take selfies and posies and slightly blurry family shots that I will cherish and grin at forever.
After a while we decided that it would be a good idéa to let our shaky legs take us back down the stairs and enjoy some refreshments. Luckily the church is located on the street called Piwna – which translates to «the beer street». How utterly convenient.
Just a quick observation; people seem to be SO MUCH MORE comfortable in front of an slr versus a dslr. Either that, or people are getting that used to me always taking their pics that they kind of just.. «meh, you again» and get on with their business.
Can you spot the mafiosa?
That´s it for part one! I think I will probably be posting part two already tomorrow, so make sure to surf by again if this kind of thing interests you at all, haha!
Disse to månedene er litt forvirrede og blurry. I vert fall på filmrullen. Noen av bildene fra Romaturen i mars havnet på filmen som bare liksom sklei stilt og fredelig over kalendergrensen og blei plutselig forvandlet til april over natten. Derfor tar jeg en spansk en og smekker sammen siste rest fra mars sammen med april, og lager et stooort bildedryss. I dag fikk jeg nemlig tilbake filruller fra mars til i dag, og jeg dør – DØR – etter å dele de fortest mulig. Enjoy!
My soul is so happy right now. I`ve just finished my work week and tonight I`m headed abroad for a holiday with my family. I LOVE travelling to new destinations, and this time I`ll be leaving footsteps in Gdansk, Poland. I am travelling super light due to insane luggage fees and have therefore decided to only bring my Nikon along, which means lots and lots of analoque love. But first – march through my SLR.
So, It´s time for some more analogue love! Im pushing a lot of Kodak moments (litterally!) on my blog these days, simply just to get a jour with my project. Which I love to bits, btw.
This particular roll of film was shot when hubby and I travelled to Rome march of this year. Yes, a whole roll of film over the duration of five days but what the heck – Italy deserves a roll of its own. Looking back at all the photos I took from this trip, these actually are some of my favorites. There´s just something special about shooting analogue that makes me put so much more effort into every shot. Perhaps it´s the not being able to view the photo directly after shooting, and the wonderful anticipation of what I actually managed to capture that makes it so unique. Also, it costs a crap load of money to buy the film and to have it digitalized and developed, so that helps to.