Paris Travel Story on 35mm Film by Millie Hayes

35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
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Paris on film is always a beautiful combination, and this week’s feature is no exception. Photographer Millie Hayes brings us all of the beauty of Paris from stunning architecture to delicate floral details. Here is more from Millie about her time in France…

This was my first time traveling with film, as I have only been actively shooting film for a little under a year. Basically, I documented my trip with film and absolutely loved it. Everything looks dreamier and more like art to me when I shoot it with film, and the sights of Paris are no different. However, I didn’t capture as much of the “mainstream” beauty of Paris when I was there. I focused on more of the foliage, the smaller things that drew me in, in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the big city.

Analog cameras and films used: Canon 1V (Find at KEH Camera or on eBay) | Fuji 400h (Find on Amazon)

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35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
Window details - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
Statue - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
House - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
Flowers - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
Store - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
Building Details - 35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h
35mm Film Photography Paris Travel Story Canon 1V and Fuji 400h

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