Picturesque New Zealand Through My Film Camera Lens

By Giedrius Lazutka

When I started to travel I didn’t have any camera to capture the moments. My friend gave me 35mm film camera to use. Since then all my travel photos are made just with it. Film photography has some magic and soul. You have only one shot, one moment. And then wait with fingers crossed.

Getting scanned negatives brings excitement and joy (or disappointment). Every time it’s like Christmas morning when you unwrap your presents.

Here is the result of my last trip. Three months I was wandering in amazing New Zealand. And it’s just a small piece of all collection. Enjoy!

#1 On the way to it’s majesty Mt. Cook

#2 Lake Wanaka and spectacular Rippon vineyard

#3 From Mt. Maunganui in Tauranga world looks upside down

#4 Biggest NZ’s city Auckland at night

#5 This country should be called Sheepland

#6 NZ is worldwide famous for delicious wine

#7 Happy Sauvignon Blanc grapes are growing in happy land

#8 First religion – rugby

#9 Middle Earth, Hobbiton

#10 Mt. Aspiring National Park

#11 Mt. John University Observatory in Tekapo

#12 Blue water beaches near Matakana

#13 Mysterious Milford Sound

#14 Mt. Cook National Park

#15 Mt. Cook covered by the last sunset rays

#16 Otago Peninsula, Dunedin

#17 Red Woods in Rotorua

#18 Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

#19 Waiheke Island

#20 Monarch butterflies in Waiheke Island

#21 Abel Tasman National Park

#22 Abel Tasman National Park

#23 Sperm Whales in the deep waters of Kaikoura

#24 Be yourself in Wellington