Thursday, October 20, 2016

Peter Scrufari - First Roll of Film Ever

Peter Scrufari is an American photographer who is living in  Louisville, Kentucky. “I became interested in photography about a year and a half ago and bought my first film camera in February of this year (2016). I bought a Canon AE-1 with a 50 and started shooting Portra 160. My first role was really just of anything that I saw that I thought looked nice, some of them turned out just the way I wanted and a few looked dreadful.”

Peter is currently a student and a barista at Quills Coffee. Photography is just his passion but it always plays an important part in his life. “Currently my focus is mostly landscape and street documentary photography. I recently began experimenting with black and white film and I'm learning the importance of good composition and exposure. I plan to begin shooting medium format film soon (when I can afford another camera).”

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Friday, October 14, 2016

Black and White Portrait Film Photography by Gabriele Rosati

Gabriele Rosati is a 20-year-old Italian photographer who comes from Florence. “I started to study photography from last year, in an academy call APAB in Florence. I absolutely love analogue camera, and I usually shoot with a Camera Disposable, using flash and
playing with contrast.”

Gabriele shoots mostly people who can be friends or unknown. “I observe a lot the hidden movements of human, which I think represent the true soul and insecurity of them.”

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Incredible Black and White Film Photography by Pauline Brgs

Pauline Brgs is 30-year-old freelance photographer who is living and working in French West coast (French Brittany - Roazhon).
“I take photos since I was a child, only with analogue cameras: Nikkormat, Nikon F301, Zeiss Ikon, Rolleiflex, Rolleicord, old Russian cameras, and old compact cameras; sometimes I use my Polaroid Land. I develop my photos in my lab at home since few months, that's really magical. For me, the photography is very intimate, it's almost indecent to reveal all my photos, I possess dozens of files with hundreds of photos and lot of slides. I think it's a great method to be able to have some control on my life, my past and my future.”
Pauline shoots mostly on film, especially black and white. “I am inspired by the past, childhood, my family, my friends, my dreams, my joy, my suffering, my city, my travels, the holocaust, cinema (very important in my life), contemporary art, music, painters, war photographers, photographers, maybe a bit of my lovers...”

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Monday, October 10, 2016

'Swirling of Bodies in the Dream' - Creative Film Photography Project by Stelios Baklavas

Stelios Baklavas was born in Athens, Greece and studied photography in Stavrakos School. He works as a professional photographer and maintains a studio in Athens.

Being a member of the Chamber of Greek Fine Arts and of the organization for the Collective Management and the Protection of Photographer's Intellectual Property, Stelios has had 14 solo exhibitions and has taken part in 37 group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.

Stelios was featured on Shooting Film about 3 years ago, and now coming back to share with us his other project called: "Swirling of Bodies in the Dream".
“I've been photographing dance for 18 years, and now came the moment for this joy to be converted to an aura of energy of the naked body. The naked body dances, and at the same time that it is there, before us, it simultaneously  gets transformed into a non physical entity. A trip to the magical world of the moment, and at the same time on losing that moment, a pass through a dimension of non-existence. At this interval we have the "Swirling", which shows us what exists, or what we think exists, and leads through secret passages of the image and the thought. The naked body, a tree trunk with several thousand years registered on it,  leads us to enjoy it’s uniqueness and the landscape of mystical energy that it offers, and to stretch our senses upon the waves of it’s oceanic beauty, and dive inside the uniqueness of our own existence ...”

See more of his work at his website.

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