I have been really busy last week and even I wanted to, I haven't time to post anything an the blog since Monday. Hopefully, I will catch up with the 365 project over the weekend - I already have some photos prepared.
But today I want to add my second "Analog" post for the week, as I intended. This time a little set of photos from the last weekend trip to Wrocław. I will add more "extensive" post about it, but for now let's just say, that Wrocław is a city in western Poland, one of the biggest and oldest in the country. It has gorgeous Old City Quarter and beautiful Botanical Garden and Japanese Garden.
I had a chance to shoot some films that I really wanted to try for a long time, especially Fuji Reala 100, which is a great, but unfortunately discontinued film stock that has really great, natural colours. I was able to buy a expired roll of it and waited for a good opportunity to use it.
Second one was Kodak Porta 800, a professional-line stock with high sensitivity, that should give really nice colours (especially skin tones) and work really well in limited light situations.
Here are some photos: