Visual Diary of a film Photographer

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By Nadia J v Vuuren

What I love about film is that  it tells a story about the journey your camera travelled with you.

It is hard getting up before sunrise but definitely worth getting great shots. This photo was taken at Potchefstroom Dam.
In the below photos I used the star burst filter shooting the starry lights.

 

 

These photos were taken at the Potchefstroom Train Rail with one of my good friends, Iske Conradie. I believe you get the best shots when lying, crouching and twisting into the weirdest angles.
 The patterns on the staircase in this photo immediately captured my attention.

 

Kalk Bay, Cape Town is the destination for the next few photos. Our Graphic Design class went to the annual Toffie Pop Conference at the Cape Town City Hall. What an inspiring experience!
The Metro Train Rail in Kalk Bay, Cape Town. Again the repeating pattern of half circles made a great photo.

 

The dog in this picture posed for about 15minute like it was his day job.

The merry-go-round pictures were taken at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.

The next few pictures is taken at Ducan Yard, Pretoria, South Africa. A tiny square with the greatest design and antique stores within old buildings.
Rusty, broken objects usually make great black and white or even sepia filter photos, creating that old, nostalgic feeling.

My sister, Marelize, always a beautiful model for my photos.

 

 

Hope you enjoyed my journey throughout South Africa! Every moment is worth capturing into a memory on film forever.
Nadia J v Vuuren

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