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


  • Level of excitement every time I pick up a roll


  • Selected

    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?

    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.