analogue stories . February on film

We’re a third into March already – time to share my film photos from February.
In February, I took my little mju-II around Brighton, London and to a Crossfit Throwdown. The latter was basically to test how well the camera performs in low light. The premises of Reebok Crossfit Connect aren’t very bright – from a camera’s perspective that is. On my Fuji XPro2 I shoot at ISO 1600 to get a fast enough shutter speed to not blur the athletes in motion and I’m really impressed how the camera and the Kodak 400 film I used, performed in those circumstances.

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More images from the throwdown can be found in my previous post about the event.

On a sunny sunday, I went to London to meet up with my friends Shel (@monkeymuesli) and Gavin (@gavhardythings). We wandered around a lot and actually were busier chatting than taking photos but I did take a few afterall.

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And obviously I also took a few photos around Brighton. On weekends, on my way to work, on lunch breaks with my colleagues… I still haven’t been able to make it a habit to take photos with this camera on a daily basis but I’m getting there.

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My March photos should show a bit more variety since this month I’m travelling further than to Brighton beach and London. But let’s see.

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