I absolutely love and adore film photography! It’s so unpredictable, fun, nostalgic and full of character. Every time I develop my films after a trip. I feel like a little kid opening her Christmas present, excited to find out what surprises await her. Haha! This collection of 35mm film photography in Thailand captured my solo travel adventures in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and the Phi Phi Islands.
I actually used my $14 dollar Kodak disposable camera to capture all these photos. Though I’ve moved on to my Nikon Zoom Touch now, I’m still quite pleasantly surprised at how great these photos turned out. Some photos were kind of grainy, but I actually don’t mind it at all. So I think there’s no need to buy expensive film cameras unless the quality of your photos is absolutely crucial to you. And there are also tons of cheap vintage film cameras on eBay if you want to be more environmentally friendly.
My time in Thailand was and still is one of the most unforgettable memories in my life. I crossed paths with so many kind-hearted individuals that made my brief one-week adventure in Thailand incredibly amazing. Not only are the locals friendly, but Thai food!?! OMG, SO BOMB! If you’re a food addict like me, you’ll think that Thailand is literally heaven on earth, no joke. I probably gained a good 3 to 5 pounds while I was there. But I don’t regret anything, because as long as my tummy’s happy, I’m happy. And if you’re thinking about planning a trip to Thailand, make sure to check out my post on the 12 Things You Must Do In Thailand!
I hope you enjoyed my 35mm film photography in Thailand! And maybe these photos will inspire you to visit Thailand in the near future. Lastly, for more travel inspiration, make sure to check out:
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