Don’t confuse this nondescript camera shop with the brunch spot Bangkok Trading Post in swanky Phrom Phong, this old shophouse sits in the most unlikely place in Bangkok you would find camera gear—Ramkhamhaeng.
Film Camera 101, or Nuad Cameras as it is usually known, is one of the most well-known online film camera shops that have been around since before the resurgence of film photography in Bangkok. Oui, the owner, had been taking his camera kiosk to all vintage fairs and markets around town before he finally found a permanent home at Warehouse 30.
New film labs keep popping up around town I can’t even keep up at this point. So I thought I should try to compile a list and compare their services and prices, just for my own reference and just in case you’re in Bangkok and looking to get your films developed.
I recently stumbled upon an app called PrintMeOut. It's a phone app that lets you create a photobook using images from your phone. I didn't think too much about it and saw that it would only cost me 349 baht (with free shipping), so I thought I should test it out.
AirLab is an analog photographer's haven. It's a film lab, a darkroom, a film camera store, a photo studio, and a photography workshop and gallery--all in one compound amidst a lush green space, which is rare in a concrete city like Bangkok.
"Nostalgia" is inevitably the Songkran theme for Thailand this year. Thanks to a popular soap opera on TV, "Bupphesanniwat" has sparked an interest in Thai traditional costumes among the population, just in time to usher in the Thai New Year Week.