A collection of 35mm film street photos on steller.co
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
An Ivatan Gentleman.
Much respect for these hard workers!
Commuters need good food. They use a lot of energy–and time–in traffic and transit, so every moment they can save counts. They often want to reach their workplace armed with a packed meal or two as “baon”, saving time they would otherwise lose to the lunch rush later in the day. Vendors like Aljun meet… Continue reading Caveat Venditor: Aljun At the Footbridge
The risks for modern-day street merchants abound: exposure to extortion, violence, unhealthy conditions, in addition to the burden of being breadwinners amid the mounting vicissitudes of life.