Shooting Analog

Capturing bits of my life in 35mm film

From taking the shot,
to scan the negatives

Shoot, take the roll to the lab, pick up the roll after a week, scan the negatives, optimise in LightRoom and print. It's a long process but I love it.

Still curious?

To know more about my workflow, scroll down after the photos or here's a shortcut: How I Shoot

  • Years shooting 35mm film photography

    8+

  • Level of excitement every time I pick up a roll

    Max.

  • Selected
    Photos

    Here's a short selection of my favourite photos, not all, but enough to give you a taste of one of the things I like the most, photography. I hope you enjoy them!

    More coming soon...

    Wish me luck, I still have to scan 4 years of my life. I’m going to be uploading new and old photos regularly so come back soon to see more.

    How I shoot

    It took me years to discover what was the best for me. I hope this is useful for you and if you have any questions… please ask! I would love to hear from you.

    Cameras & Lenses:

    My main camera is a Zeiss Ikon ZM. In the past I used to shoot with an Olympus mju-II.

    I only have one lens, and it is a prime one, a Zeiss Biogon T* 2,8/28. Probably too wide but I like the simplicity of having only one.

    Film & Scanner:

    I currently only use Kodak Gold 200 but also used to shoot with Fujifilm Superia Xtra 400.

    I scan my own negatives with a Pakon F135 Plus, the ugliest scanner ever created. It only works with Windows XP, but it's still amazing.

    Still have questions? hi@inakisoria.com

    It's time to say hi!

    You made it till the end! That only means one thing... We should stay in touch. I can't wait to hear from you.