I can't say I'm against post-processing. It's a useful tool. If you couldn't catch the right moment and you want to crop your pic for symmetry, or if you want to enhance some pics for short-lived media.
Despite this, you won't find post-processed pics here.
Even the quite strange colors in the analog pics are not a result of post-processing. It's just the outcome of cross-processing. Few things you need to have: slide films, a photo laboratory which still accepts analog, and especially x-pro orders (there are indeed a few left), and patience. Lots of patience, as you never knew how the pics look like until after you paid for the them. And they never looked as expected.
Lomo LCA (standard, xpro, instant), Exacta, Holga (120), Lubitel 166
Huawei P9+, Leica Q (Typ 116) mainly
Seeing the world with different eyes. Just walk around and do the same.
Monika Huber, Rablstrasse 29, 81669 München, Deutschland, monika.huber (at) yahoo.de