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Testsie Roll: Expired Centuria 400

Hi! It’s me. Just writing this post to let you know that I’m still alive. I’ve been really busy most of the year. I know, the pandemic could’ve brought countless blog posts but can you blame me if it’s easier to watch Netflix than to write about my thoughts? So yeah, I will be continuing my Testsie Roll Series where I get to share my … Continue reading Testsie Roll: Expired Centuria 400

Through the Lens: Malaria in Africa

Two years ago, I wrote this blog post about my near death experiences in Burkina Faso. I got sick with Malaria, missed a coup d’etat and a terror attack. That’s why this photo is very important to me. Malaria changed me. I borrowed a couple of paragraphs from that post but you can always check out the blog post here. Mike two years ago: So … Continue reading Through the Lens: Malaria in Africa

Through the Lens: Rolex (not the watch)

Rolex is a famous Ugandan street food which is made out of an egg or two sandwiched in a roll of chapati. Chapati or roti is a type of flat bread which originated from India but it is widely popular in this part of the globe because of the huge Indian population in East Africa. It’s called rolex because the chapati and the scrambled egg … Continue reading Through the Lens: Rolex (not the watch)

Through The Lens: Overcoming my Stage Fright

I’m very lucky to be part of the three out of four operator trainings in Uganda. I was supposed to just assist but they asked me to be a trainer. It’s weird that I’m still a trainee myself but I don’t have any choice. Also, I’m not much of a talker actually so speaking in front of this crowd gave me an anxiety. This experience … Continue reading Through The Lens: Overcoming my Stage Fright

Through the Lens: First of the Roll

This photo was taken with my very first roll of film. Literally the first frame of the roll as you can see with the frame burn. I didn’t know that this is a thing until I read a post from our Facebook Film Group. There’s even a dedicated instagram page (@f1rstoftheroll) for this beautiful thing. After that, I started to appreciate this phenomenon and I … Continue reading Through the Lens: First of the Roll