This analog street photography shot was taken in San Cristobal de La Laguna, Tenerife this year. This boy was sitting in the back of a small shop selling newspapers. He was so occupied with his tablet, that he didn’t even notice me taking the picture.
This is not only a street photography Poland blog. This shot was taken in El Medano, Tentrife in january this year. It looks like it was taken in some abandoned place, but in fact there were lots of people on the beach.
First three weeks of this year my family and I spent in Las Americas, Tenerife. I was mostly surfing and making analog photos for my street photography blog. This is a fresh scan of first film I shot in the Canarias. Enjoy.
Analog push process is when you take a low speed film and shoot it with much higher speed. I usually use Ilford Hp5 ISO 400 and shoot it at ISO 3200. Push process always means longer development times and bigger grain. On this picture of my dog, the grain is extremely big due to the push process and also because it is a blow-up picture, which means the oryginal picture is much bigger, and this is a big crop of the picture.