Cape Town Through the Lens of a 35mm Film Camera

Julianna Ashe
September 30, 2013

I brought three different rolls of film with me to South Africa to shoot during my travels around the country. I love using my mom’s old 35mm film camera that she bought when she was in college, because the picture quality is so much different than my digital camera. I love shooting a photograph with a solid idea of how the printed version of it is going to look in your mind, and then actually seeing how it truly turns out on paper after getting it developed. This collection of photos are some of my favorite from the three rolls that I got developed, and were all taken at different times spanning from the day I arrived in Cape Town in June until mid September. 

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<p><span style="color: rgb(29, 29, 29); font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; background-color: rgb(237, 237, 237);">Jules Ashe is Senior at the University of Vermont majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Women&#39;s and Gender Studies. Her passions include traveling, cooking, music, photography, and making new connections and relationships with people all over the world. She is very excited to live beside both the Atlantic and Indian Ocean in Cape Town, and be surrounded by a range of beautiful mountains. Mostly though, she cannot wait to take many new pictures and share them with everyone back home!</span></p>

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