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A Quick Introduction to Analogue Photography

The term ‘Analogue Photography’ refers to photography using an analogue camera and film. A roll of film is loaded into the camera and the magic begins once you start clicking: light interacts with the chemicals in the film and an image is recorded. The pictures collected in your film roll come to life when the film is processed in a photo lab.

When it comes to choosing a film camera, it’s important to remember that different cameras shoot different kinds of film. Some cameras use 35mm film, some require 110 format film, some shoot 120 (aka ‘medium-format’) film and some use Instant film. The most common among these choices is 35mm film, which can be processed in your local photo lab, drugstore or supermarket. 

Museum, which is located in an area of the city boasting a considerable level of architectural and urban impact and just round the corner from the Porta Garibaldi station and the Monumental Cemetery. A group of eight professional photographers, including Paolo Carlini, Paolo Demaldè, Saverio Lombardi Vallauri, Angelo Margutti, Andrea Rovatti, Mauro and Federico Tamburini, and Miro Zagnoli documented the state of the buildings before the work began, creating a permanent record of highly significant images. 35mm film comes in canisters and is characterized by its sprocket holes – little perforations which run along the edge of the film strip. 120 film, on the other hand, is larger and delivers square photos; this film doesn’t have sprocket holes. 110 format film is used with pocket cameras and produces small photos. Lastly, Instant photos do not require photo lab processing; they magically develop within a few seconds

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Artistic storytelling of your wedding day is our passion. Our goal is to capture the joy and the beauty of your wedding for you to relive and share in your own custom wedding video and photography for years to come.

We are based in Stillwater, Minnesota, and also capture wedding videos and photos in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, Western Wisconsin, and beyond. Let’s connect over drinks, we’d love to hear more about your wedding day!

Museum, which is located in an area of the city boasting a considerable level of architectural and urban impact and just round the corner from the Porta Garibaldi station and the Monumental Cemetery. A group of eight professional photographers, including Paolo Carlini, Paolo Demaldè, Saverio Lombardi Vallauri, Angelo Margutti, Andrea Rovatti, Mauro and Federico Tamburini, and Miro Zagnoli documented the state of the buildings before the work began, creating a permanent record of highly significant images.

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