|#analog baby! Samsung Slim Zoom 1115A Panorama, part 4 #filmisnotdead #35mm #shootfilm
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Camera: Samsung Slim Zoom 115A Panorama
Film: Kodak Ultramax 400
Date: March 9 - May 5 2016
Places: Disneyland Park, Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, France - Liège, Belgium - Ghent, Belgium - Averegten, Heist-op-den-Berg, Belgium
I'm still not 100% sure what I think about this film. It seems to be alright when shooting primary colors in bright light, but otherwise, I'm not excited about it because it's kinda meh. I don't know, I think I may prefer shooting black and white when it comes to analog.
I started out taking photos with this roll of color film in Disneyland Paris' Disneyland Park on March 9th :)
Swing into Spring has musical kittens made of flowers :)
Aristocats topiary, Central Plaza, Main Street USA
Café Hyperion, Discoveryland
Robot ♥ statue: Wall-E ♥ EVE, Discoveryland
The Star Traders antenna is forever gone by now, but never forgotten!
Because it lives on in tons of photos :)
Star Tours store, Discoveryland
The X-wing has also been removed now, rumour has it they'll move it on top of Star Traders. Which won't be a store after the refurb but a Star Wars character meet and greet area. Wait and see I suppose.
You can't really tell, because flickr is being an asshole and won't let me get a larger code, but this is a panorama photo.
And this is the non-panorama version, because I can't help myself an take several photos of the Nautilus.
Les Mystères du Nautilus, Discoveryland
On April 10th, over a month later, I picked up my Samsung again and took it along to Liège, where Bert and I were going to interview and photograph NiA at Le Garage for BCM. We ended up waiting over half an hour outside because the band was late, and then absolute HOURS (I think we had a 2,5 hour delay in total, possibly more) inside for the interview etc to start. Such is the life of a journalist/photographer people, it's not all fun and meet the band. It's really _not_. Most of it is waiting, waiting, waiting some more and often the circumstances just aren't optimal...
I'm not complaining, I'm just being honest so people bury their misunderstandings.
On April 23rd I went to Ghent with my friend Gaëtane, and took the whole of two photos. Which is better than none!
Gaëtane in Starbucks, looking for the burger icon on her phone.
Cool looking folding bike outside of a shop.
May 5th was a bank holiday, so Bert and I cycled to the Averegten to wander the woods :) They're the local(ish) wandelbos, which translate to walking woods, as in: woods you can walk around in pretty much :)
Once the flowers start blooming, this will look amazing!