New York, a photo diary

I’m not gonna be super wordy here, so I’ll be sharing some of my favourite photos from my recent trip to the US. Maybe I miss New York a little too much.

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Brooklyn Bridge
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Just a portion of the protests I spotted while in DC. The message remains relevant across different areas of life, though.
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A major highlight of this trip was GOT7’s concert in Brooklyn! I’ve been a fan of them for at least a year and a half now, and this concert was a milestone in my life as a fangirl.
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I really tried to take good photos of them, but oh well. Still an awesome show!

 

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Glossier Showroom
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A slice of Central Park
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Life In Film

I have always been enamored by film photography. I don’t know, but there’s always something cool about having your picture taken using a film camera. Whenever I look through old photos, it’s as if there’s a story behind it, and I love how film cameras capture these stories. Whether it be a cool photo of my parents in the 80s, or an old photo of me and my brother, it feels like there is always a story behind it.

I finally jumped into the film photography bandwagon, after years of procrastinating. I would say procrastinating, because I didn’t have the time, the money, and the patience to keep up with a hobby back then. Now that I’m older and wiser about a lot of things, I finally decided to pursue film photography! I was inspired by YourEvilTwin’s approach with film photography, along with some of my peers who got into film photography as well. It’s quite amusing to see that a lot of people are going back to film, and experimenting with it too. I hope to be more experimental with my photos in the future, though.

Anyway, film photography is a beautiful, beautiful kind of art, and a really exciting one at that. I can’t wait to take more pictures and share my photos with the world!