As a child, I remember my grandfather always taking photos. I was always fascinated with the cameras from a mechanical point of view, they were always just so neat to me, heavy and full of buttons and knobs to fiddle with. I loved looking through the viewfinder, zooming in ant out. But I knew nothing of how they really worked. It wasn't until I was older, when I got to use some of his equipment as a teenager while I was in high school, that I realized that I really enjoyed photography. For the 1st time in my life I felt I had some kind of an artistic outlet. However, after high school I put the camera down, as I no longer had access to a darkroom and all the tools that went along with it.
That was until summer of 2014, I came across grandpas old camera again. I decided that there would be no harm in running some film through it. I have not put cameras down since, here are some of the photos from those 1st few rolls of film.