Friday, December 9, 2016

Amazing Black and White Long Exposure Film Photography by Judass Priest

Judass Priest is an Myanmar photographer, recently lives in Singapore. “I started my photography journey at early 2013 with digital camera and 2 years later I switched to film. My first film camera is Leica M4-P (the meterless rangefinder film camera) and so I used to shoot without light meter.”

Judass loves to shot long exposure black and white photos only with medium format cameras. “After using Mamiya 645 Super for 5 months, I bought my last medium format camera, the legend Hasselblad 500cm. Yes, finally I've found my favourite camera.”











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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Beautiful Film Photography by Madeline Claire

Madeline Claire is an American photographer who is located in Upstate New York. “My photography tends to include motels, gas stations, small towns, rundown areas, the countryside, and similar subjects most often. My work is also inspired by many artists; most especially Bowie, Tom Waits, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Keith Richards, and Lana Del Rey.”

Madeline also writes and draws, “so I am very passionate about art. I plan on eventually living somewhere in the south as a professional photographer.”











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Monday, December 5, 2016

Chirill Cerepenco - First Roll of Film Ever

Chirill Cerepenco is a Moldovan photographer who is living in Prague now, for almost 9 years. “My passion with film photography started with buying my first film camera on a local flea market about 5 years ago, it was Russian Lubitel 2, a medium format camera. My first roll of film was Fuji PRO 160. It wasn't difficult in fact to get the right exposure (I just got a few tables from the internet), but the problem was how to handle that camera, to focus and to get straight horizon.”

Chirill currently has about 30 different film cameras in his collection, “trying to shoot them all and I hope it's not the end.”












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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Interesting Multiple Exposure Film Photography by Bojan Đurišić

36 year-old Serbia-based cinematographer Bojan Đurišić was featured on Shooting Film in 2013, now coming back to share more of his work with us.











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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Amazing Black and White Landscape Film Photography by Giulia Zazzi

Giulia Zazzi is an Italian photographer who grew up in a small town on the Italian Alps “but I've been living in Bologna for five years, where I'm a student in Oriental Cultures.”

Giulia shoots mostly on film, especially black and white film photography. Her work focuses mainly on nature and people. “Photography often leads me back to the mountains and there I try to capture their ever-changing landscapes.”












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