Flat 14B, Redana Centre
25 Yiu Wa St.
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Analogue fanatics, forget camera porn, Ying Nga Chow (CC Cecilia) has managed to collect the largest collection of unprocessed camera film in the world! The collection ranges from recent film right through to legendary and repackaged films such Fuji, Kodak, Lucky, Legacy, Efke, Adox, Ferrania, Konica, Foam, Agfa as well as a ton of Polaroid film, the list is endless.
Chow, a hard core analogue photography enthusiast based in Hong Kong, China, started collecting different types of films in 2008. Since then, she has brought together an impressive collection of over 1,250 different types of films. The collection features films by over 100 varying brands from 30 different countries!
Chow’s small analog photography shop called FilMe is where she keeps a majority of her films as well as selling cameras. On the 30th of June, 2012, the Guinness Book of World Records awarded her the record for “Largest Collection of Unprocessed Film.” (Shown below) As you can see Chow is on a photographic mission to keep analogue photography alive and kicking among Hong Kong residents! So if your every in Hong Kong make sure you go and pay her a visit!
Here below is a video interview with here on bbTv about her phenomenal collection:
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