My first camera was a toy camera that used 110 film cartridges, a gift from my parents when I was 9 years old
Some photos around the neighborhood where my parents live and one afternoon that I found my cousin walking with his teenage girlfriends.
In the Great Wall also I took pictures with my analog camera, few but really was not much to see.
Here also some photos I took with my analog camera in The Forbidden City, pretty colors of a beautiful day.
I was not sure whether to publish these pictures for poor quality, the rolls I took in Xi'an have been the dirtiest and scratches that have had.
Hong Kong is a paradise for analog photography, is a city where the film is as common as digital, and I love Hong Kong as seen in film
This is second part of my photos on film that I made in Shanghai, most were taken in Yu Garden and its surroundings.
Here I give you the first part of the best that came out of this batch of rolls I made in Shanghai, some despite all get an interesting look.
This third roll I took it on my journey through the Lama Temple, Confucius Temple and the Imperial College of Beijing, a walk around the old Beijing.
The second roll I took was in the Temple of Heaven, unfortunately my Pentax K1000 it stopped working the light meter, so I had to improvise.
To me China looks better on film, and here the first photos that I will be publishing, starting with the Hutongs, one of my favorite parts of Beijing.
Although I have a few years taking pictures with film, has always been more a game than anything else, but lately, in the personal journey that I am, I'm taking it more and more taste.
In the past months I’ve been playing with the Olympus PEN EE3, a very small and fully mechanical automatic exposure film camera