Life on Film

Daniel Paese, Photographer

All of the following images were taken with a vintage Minolta film camera. Unlike digital images, film photographs are not comprised of pixels because when a photo is taken, light is shown on a roll of film instead of a digital sensor. Film photographs cannot be viewed immediately after they are taken because, if the film is exposed to outside light, it will be damaged with color streaks. Some of these streaks of color can be seen in the following photos. This process may seem outdated, but the end product is more unique and visually interesting. These images are an example of why newer isn’t always better.

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