I’ve always wished to have a wide lens for those wide angle shots and a friend, who also dabble in this film hobby, told me she and her husband (an architect) use the Superheadz UWS for their architectural shots. I was excited since we had a planned roadtrip to Miagao that weekend with my boyfriend Remon and his cousin Vip. I already have a Superheadz UWS (a pink one at that) and lots of expired rolls of film I bought from an online store based in Manila, I thought it was a good opportunity to try the cam and it’s built-in plastic 22mm lens.
The Miagao Church, or the Church of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva, is considered to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in 1786 during the Spanish era in the Philippines. It’s a huge structure and a 50mm lens would not bring justice to it’s grandiose beauty. The first few photos were taken by the Superheadz UWS.
Superheadz UWS + Expired Kodak Max 400
Canon AE-1 + Solid Gold 200
Note: Photo credit goes to Remon for the last four photos // Canon 550D.