New week is here and so is the next chapter of my 365 DAYS OF ANALOGUE adventure.
Have I already said how much I enjoy working on it?
The thing is, at first I was a bit scared that I'm gonna put too much pressure on my back because the entire series is shot on film (like I did when I worked with polaroids last year, it was rewarding and fun but sooo exhausting in the end), but it's actually the exact opposite.
I feel so calm and free, it's really hard to explain but this 365 project is definitely my favourite one so far and I love creating it so much, day by day. It makes me incredibly happy, to keep it short and simple.
I have also decided to start selling some of my film prints (not only ones from this project), in various sizes (from postcard-like ones to larger formats).
In a few days I'll set up a page on the blog with all the informations regarding it, with a selection of photos that will be up for sale (but you are more than welcome to send me a mail if you're interested in one photo that I didn't mention) and there will also be a limited amount of prints per photo available.
The photo above marks the end of the first roll of my favourite Kodak Ektar 100 used in 365 Days of Analogue project and these two below are the first ones ever shot on Lomography Color Negative 400 film, which quickly became my little guilty pleasure. Loving its grain and vibrant colors and it's safe to say that in the next few weeks you'll be seeing a lot of it so you'll fall in love with it too. I promise.
And that's it for this week!
Hope you're enjoying this journey as much as I do and if you have any questions or would like to know more about working on a 365 project, let me know so I can write about it :) And also, in case you've missed the first two weeks, allow me to take you back in time a bit - click for WEEK 1 & click for WEEK 2