2013 Project ( July )

After two extremely enjoyable projects in the previous years, I’m continuing to document daily life with a bunch of disposable cameras.

It’s been interesting to use these cameras, especially me being so used to the weight and ‘complexity’ of the digital SRL. It’s literally to point and shoot and there isn’t a pressure to be aesthetically perfect – well, beauty also lies in imperfection. I do like that blurry and grainy aspect so characteristic of film, there’s a certain nostalgia to it; and I definitely enjoy the idea of being able to easily document all of those details and moments I wouldn’t usually photograph.

my cousin who I met again after more than a decade

the spanish little cousins

por las calles de España

happy Noemí

back in the hometown

forever Porto
one of my favourite photos from this project: my hometown, the sunset and my best friend!

2013 Project ( April – June )

After two extremely enjoyable projects in the previous years, I’m continuing to document daily life with a bunch of disposable cameras.

It’s been interesting to use these cameras, especially me being so used to the weight and ‘complexity’ of the digital SRL. It’s literally to point and shoot and there isn’t a pressure to be aesthetically perfect – well, beauty also lies in imperfection. I do like that blurry and grainy aspect so characteristic of film, there’s a certain nostalgia to it; and I definitely enjoy the idea of being able to easily document all of those details and moments I wouldn’t usually photograph.

Siro-A are cool! (you can click on this image)

classical music night
and then Hadouken at the Electric Ballroom

the laser race, which we also played in expert level
evenings after work spent in the zoo
some of the people who make my day at work
a brilliant musical which is even better when seen a second time

a (proud) cheers to my students, who have finished the course

2013 Project ( January – April )

After two extremely enjoyable projects in the previous years, I’m continuing to document daily life with a bunch of disposable cameras.

It’s been interesting to use these cameras, especially me being so used to the weight and ‘complexity’ of the digital SRL. It’s literally to point and shoot and there isn’t a pressure to be aesthetically perfect – well, beauty also lies in imperfection. I do like that blurry and grainy aspect so characteristic of film, there’s a certain nostalgia to it; and I definitely enjoy the idea of being able to easily document all of those details and moments I wouldn’t usually photograph.

walks

on the horizon

the lovely Sumaiya

some of my students and plenty of krispy kreme donuts
Loch Ness

the great pillow fight of 2013
a fun day with Yusuke