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About Nicolas Llasera
If you enjoy seeing my Youtube channel and want to see it become a better channel with more content consider helping out with a few dollars a month. The more support I have from you guys the more time I can spend creating content.
In return I will be giving exclusive behind the scenes, videos ahead of time, mentions, consulting, prints and other things that I might find you guys might enjoy.
But ultimately all my videos will be free for all you watch as Im a big supporter of free helpful content. But one can't live of free work, or at least not in the long run.
So please consider helping me out, it will help all of you in the long run!
I have had an interested in photography for as long as I can remember. Back when film was the only option I had a darkroom and tried to print as often as possible. But life (social) got in the way and I gave up photography for a career in construction.
Years later I was working in construction sites and as much as I enjoyed it I always had some sort of camera (p&s digital) with me. One year the huge economic depression came and I was unemployed week yes, week no. So I went back into photography withe the then new Nikon D700. Years later loving all the ease of digital I was still not 100% happy with it and a friend bought a Hasselblad. "Film is for romantics" is what I told him, but as always I ventured onto ebay and found out that 85mm f1.4 I was saving for was 2x the price of a full Hasselblad. So I jumped onto a minty Hasselblad with an 80mm and a A12 back, I knew they were some of the best cameras back in the day (and still are), so I had to do it. Once I open the viewfinder and looked down my D700 never got any use again...
So long story short, I was a ignorant on all film things, developing, loading, shooting, metering, etc... And along that learning path I met some amazing individuals that helped me so much. I became so grateful that I made myself help other before anything else. And so became my fight to help other in the film photography world. And this was 2009, its been 9 years at the moment that I eat, breath, talk, drink film photography. Always in a community and respectful way to other and that is what I try to show.
After spending years on forums, meetings and other film related adventures I came to the conclusion I would start a Youtube channel. It seemed easy, grab a p&s (still had my Canon G9) and I was a Youtuber. Take a minute and watch my first video (it will go into history for the best video for sure). And was I wrong, it takes SO MUCH work to produce quality content, after that first video I have been on a learning path that is so hard to describe. I still feel like my videos are under my expectations, but Im not stopping.
Im here to continue to grow in all possible ways and always willing to help, but on this page its where you guys can help me. And for that Im trully grateful.