Analog photography

I wanted to have here a couple of photos made with my Ricoh KR-10 camera. It's an old 35mm film camera, I bought it only for the vintage lenses that I adapted to my Fuji, but I of course tried shooting film, and I liked it so I am occasionally shooting a roll of film. Here are two photos, portraits of my kids, of course. I think both films are just off-the-shelf films out of the local dm store - Agfa or something. The quality of the scans isn't much, I scanned the prints manually on my home scanner.


This article was updated on October 5, 2023
Zlatko Đurić

Zlatko Đurić

Zlatko Đurić works in the software industry, and this site is his creative outlet for photography. He's usually photographing with his Fuji X-T4 camera or his Google Pixel 8 Pro phone, ocassionally adding some Lumix GF1 and Lumix GF2 photos in the mix, or scanning the film shots from his Ricoh KR-10 and Fujifilm Instax wide cameras.

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