Summer has flown by and a strange warm autumn has been around. We don’t know if it’s because of the heat, the sun or the autumn winds but the quality of images and the amount of rolls we’ve seen this October has been astonishing. This is why the Best Of this month came a bit later AND yes, it is the longest Best Of the month we’ve ever published!
This has been also an exciting month for film photography, Ilford release their Ortho Plus 80, we just released a new upgraded version of the Contact Sheets in 20×30 and Fujifilm just announced the new Acros 100-II is available in Japan.
Also, the Few Frames series is getting momentum and we had Sylvain Bouzat on the fence this time bring India, Buthan and Nepal a bit closer through his lens.
Maybe it’s just fortune or maybe not, but we can say without a doubt this has been an exciting month for film photography and we hope this collection of amazing work is the cherry on the pie for you. More than 80 images, that show film photography is more alive than ever, making its way into people’s lifes and rendering the world as beautiful as it gets.
We dearly hope you enjoy it, because we sure did putting it together.
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