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Taganga and Tayrona Park in Redscale

At Zemoga, we know that no matter the medium you may use in your professional work, inspiration can come from anywhere and take any form.

At Zemoga, we know that no matter the medium you may use in your professional work, inspiration can come from anywhere and take any form.

Recently, Rodrigo Bernal from our motion design team, shared some photos with us.

Of the process, Rodrigo says:

I took this set of photos with a DianaF+ Camera and a Lomography Redscale 120 Film, when I was on vacation on the Colombian Caribbean coast (Cartagena, Taganga and The Tayrona Park). The camera is completely analogue and I had to be careful in the moment of shooting because there is no possibility to make mistakes and erase the photo. Another important thing with an analogue camera is choose the right moment and be prepared for it. For example, from a film of 16 photos, there were only 7 I was able to share after they were developed.

I’m practicing the forgotten art of take analogue photos. It is good to shoot it and wait for the surprise to see it become reality.

See the rest of Rodrigo’s amazing photos on his Flickr set.