This is the first Yodica film we experienced. Yodica are photographic rolls marketed as "creative colored films" with special effects. They came to the market in 2018 and distinguish the following types: Anares, Sirio, Vega, Atlas, Andromeda, Polaris and Pegasus. These photographs were taken with Yodica Vega. It's a fun movie with an interesting effect... Continue Reading →

(Portuguese version below) Wow wow wow!! We don't have nothing to say... Just Wow ūüėÄ Well! we are in love. Amazing results even when we do some analogic shit. Everybody does. We are going to start showing some pictures. The Rollei RPX 25 is a panchromatic, polyester-based film with latitude between 12 and 25 ASA.... Continue Reading →

Today we bring a photographic machine. The Canon AF35M was considered a heavy model of the Canon, with 400gr. However, if we think it has everything like autofocus, auto exposure, pop-up flash and motor film advance and rewind, it might not be that heavy. This point and shoot came out in 1979 and the canon... Continue Reading →

We have the privilege of living near the sea. If we want we are at the beach in 15 minutes. This is one of the things I love in the city where I grew up. Although I and Gon√ßalo sometimes we have changed working schedules, this means that we are not always together to shoot.... Continue Reading →

(Portuguese version below) When we search on google by JCH, the first thing that appears is Bellamy Hunt. Bellamy Hunt is the inventor of JCH - Street Pan 400. An analogue photography enthusiast, Bellamy lives in Tokyo and now his effort is focused on finding and selling cameras. He usually says that "if they exist... Continue Reading →

This time we decided to take 2 diferent rolls¬† in a walk that we did on a weekend at the dam of Alqueva and Reguengos de Monsaraz. Kodak TMAX 3200 and JCH 400. We decide to talk about specifications in another post and just write about our beautiful country. The Alqueva Dam is located on... Continue Reading →

Medieval Celebrations – Part 2

Kodak TriX 400 is so far, my (Sara) favorite black and white film. You can do everything. It has a beautiful tone a compact structure and high resolution. The images are bold, crisp and the little grain they have for an ISO of 400 isn't distracting. This rigid and severe appearance of the tones of... Continue Reading →

We were here last year. Why not come back !? Medieval Celebrations ‚Äď Kentmere 400 We decided to repeat the experience, this year again. This time with more photographic film to use and to be more ambitious. Last year, my main concern was that the best performances of this show, happen at night. With Kentmere... Continue Reading →

Festivities with Cinestill

This post fits into an older one about the village festivities where we sometimes spend our holidays. Local Festivities with Ilford Delta 3200 While Goncalo used an Ilfrod Delta 3200 with our Praktica, I had this ISO 800 Cinestill on my Eos 300. I didn't intend to photograph a theme, just like my brother. I... Continue Reading →

Helios 44 m-4 58mm f/2

A tour¬†through Lisbon to test the new acquisition. Helios 44M, 58mm f / 2. A soviet made lens that weights more that I was expecting. Just metal an glass here.But the most amazing thing is the "swirl bokeh effect" produced on the out-of-focus parts off an image. This lens has a M42 lens¬†mount , which... Continue Reading →

1st time with Konica

Continuing our tour through Guimar√£es, and taking advantage of the fact that we have brought almost all of our analog photographic equipment, we decided to take the first time with our Konica. I bough for ‚ā¨ 80 and it seemed like the right time to test it. I decided to use the Cinestill 50, also... Continue Reading →

Portraits with Lomo

This is a medium format roll. Lomography, in addition to its own 35 mm film, also has the same but in medium format. 110mm or 120mm, designed for lomographic cameras. If the aim is to try medium format without spending much money and just to test any camera, these are a good chance, since its... Continue Reading →

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