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analogue stories . September

Every month, I send my roll of film to a lab so they can do their magic. The company I use, is based somewhere up north in England and is called FilmDev. They’re super quick, prices are good and the images I receive are just amazing – would definitely recommend them. I also like that they send me the files via wetransfer, which I think is the easiest and fastest way. I know it’s not just the lab that makes my analogue stories so exciting for me but their work surely plays a big part.

September was my first month of freelancing. That means I didn’t get to see my work friends every day anymore. One of them I might not see for another year or so: Val, a fellow Video Producer who I worked very closely with over the past four years, moved back to Bulgaria in September. Naturally, a leaving do was in order.
I also documented coffee dates, lunches with friends, an engagement party and finally another send-off for a friend which was celebrated by walking 12km through London. Another good month and a wonderful addition for my analogue stories collection.

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So far I managed to shoot at last one roll of film per month. I’ve got only three more to go which means I probably need to start thinking about a project for next year soon. Let me know if you have any suggestions. Ta!

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