A collection of 35mm film street photos on steller.co
Tag: san fernando
Early Rolls and 35mm Film Thoughts
I began to love film photography during a sojourn in San Fernando, Pampanga. I found an F100 online and 16 rolls of expired YKL100 at a Fujifilm shop along OG road. Because I shot those rolls early in my film journey, the images they contain are nostalgic and dear to me. The vignetting on some… Continue reading Early Rolls and 35mm Film Thoughts
Cool sandals, sir
During our time in Pampanga, I took great joy in making random and impromptu street portraits. The gentlemman below could not be ignored:
Eclectic Burger Machine Photos
For reasons unclear even to me, I put together a few shots taken at or around the Burger Machine stalls of San Fernando. Above is the burger cook inspired to have a portrait done after seeing this image also taken at Burger Machine. These next images are phone cam shots of a gentleman eating a… Continue reading Eclectic Burger Machine Photos
Caveat Venditor: Biyahero and Child
Happy mobile street vendors. They traveled from Pangasinan with some great items. I bought a couple of brooms and a lovely basket. San Fernando, Pampanga.
I met R after he had traveled from Tarlac to San Fernando, gathering recyclables along the way, in the hope of selling them.