My photography journey started with an old film camera that my dad gave me when I was 12.

Since then, I’ve shot through dozens of rolls, sending them to the stores to be developed. However, when Circuit Breaker first started, many of these stores were closed physically for business, and the only way I could get my rolls developed was by sending them through the mail.

Then, an idea struck me – what if I attempted to develop them myself?

Due to procrastination and laziness, this idea never came into fruition. But alas, I stand here today with the equipment and chemicals required to finally do what I’ve been putting off.

Watch this video and follow me on my journey of experimentation.

Edited by: Anmi Chou Shigeta
Proofread by: Winny Wint Htae