A spring afternoon stroll through Wooster Sq park in New Haven. During my lunch break I went downtown New Haven in search of a vegetarian food truck. I couldn't find it, but I did find Wooster Square Park. In my nearly 30 years living in New Haven I had never been there.
Below are some of the first photos I took with my film camera - Lomography La Sardina. It's orange, analog and cute. It is a 35mm film camera with a wide angle. It's all plastic. I believe I used Kodak 400 ISO film. One of the reasons I picked up a film camera is because I believe shooting film will make me a better photographer. When I shoot with my film camera I know that I only have 24 or 36 exposures. I focus more on composition and lighting and not over shooting.
I used the Dark Room to develop my photos. The process was easy and I highly recommend their services. I mailed in my film and 1 week and a half later my photos were uploaded and emailed to me. Waiting for the film to develop was like waiting on Santa Claus as a youngster. You never know what you'll get back with a roll of film.
I look forward to sharing more of my film photography adventures --one roll at a time.