Film Photography

Traditional film photography captures images by exposing individual frames on a roll of film to light. Film is made of plastic and layered with silver halide crystals that darken when exposed to light, capturing negatives of images.

When a photographer uses up all the exposures on a roll of film, they take it to a darkroom and develop the photos using liquid chemicals.
At our studio, we have assembled a team of passionate and experienced film photographers who possess an unrivaled understanding of the medium. With their expertise, they curate each shot with meticulous attention to detail, capturing the essence of every moment, and delivering images that have a distinct and captivating character.