The downside about film photography is the wait. You take a picture on your camera, and who knows how long you’ll have to wait until you finish your roll, develop it and can finally see how the photo came out? The great thing, is what may seem as a negative aspect truly turns into one of the greatest things of film photography: rediscovering memories you had sort of left in the back of your mind.
I recently dropped an old roll at the Snappy Snaps next to my house and found some pictures from last summer, so they were over 3 months old. Needless to say, I had completely stopped thinking about them, and the surprise of seeing them for the very first time was a magical moment.
On this note, I leave you with some of shots of the precious memories of my last trip to Washington this summer.