16 May Life in Film: Volume 01
I remember picking up my first disposable camera last 2014. It was something that would be least noticeable in a sea of items inside a crowded souvenir store in Kyushu, south prefecture of Japan. Nevertheless, I picked it up, played with it, and I’ve found myself snapping away in every trip I brought my camera.
Years later, I still find myself buying a few disposable cameras here and there, and it’s always surprising to see the different shots taken, the immortal memories, and all that grain. Graaaain! 😀
Today, I’m sharing a photodump of my favorite photos from 2015-2017, from my two disposable cameras. Plot twist: I completely forgot where I brought my Kodak. I just know my Fujifilm one contains all Tokyo photos from my recent trip.
Always making art in transit
Two of my favorite people <3
Light source: T-site’s photogenic restrooms
Of flower park visits and Wisteria ice cream
Neighborhood sightings in Tokyo
Always my favorite view. Can’t believe it won’t be the same anytime soon~
In case you’re asking:
- I buy my disposable cameras in Singapore and Japan. Popular brands are Fujifilm (also Fujicolor, which is more expensive but photo quality is better) and Kodak.
- I have them developed at YKL Color Laboratory in Sto. Domingo Avenue, Quezon City. (It’s inside Wonder Photo Shop) I also have it burned into a cd so I can access the digital files.
- Do know that disposable cameras are “disposed” after development. So no attachments.
Hope you enjoyed this photo diary! 🙂