Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Handwritten Letters Who Still Remember?

Who still remember handwritten letters? The feelings when waiting for receiving from someone; when sitting alone to write with a cigarette, or a cup of coffee; when pasting the stamps; when walking, or riding bicycle for a long distance to put into a post-office box...

some love letters for a saturday by wildorange55

Letter writing is not dead. by Katarina Ribnikar

Letter from Juan Pablo by w4lrusss

Untitled by Vi - (nie)ulotne

warm words from russia- analog by januarychild

Letter by OlyaD.

Alone by Alexandriaofthenile

letters. by rcd826

post. by brooke_butler

Day 277/365 - Damn you Dixies by Great Beyond

Untitled by Courtney Sinclair

Untitled by julia fredenburg

~Explored! by Emma Carson

Untitled by larabacchiega

i'll live by my pen. by untidy souls

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Ray Zandvoort - Me and my film cameras

Ray Zandvoort is a Netherland-based freelance photographer who is living in Amsterdam. He joined with us in few film photography projects before and works with both film and digital.

Ray shoots mostly portrait and fashion portrait, but sometimes he also loves to shoot himself and has some analogue photos that he shot with his film cameras would like to share with us.


















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Portrait Film Photography by Hannah Evans

Hannah Evans is an Australian photographer, based-in Ottawa, Canada. She has been shooting on film for 5 years and has a special love for it.

Hannah shoots mostly nature and portrait with a few of different Canon SLR cameras and “also 120 film on a twin lens Yashica Mat that my boyfriend's lovely mother was nice enough to pass on to me.”













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Monday, August 3, 2015

Aleksandra Urbanowicz - 5 things I love about Film

Aleksandra Urbanowicz is a 24-year-old Poland-based photographer who is living in Torun and has been shooting film for 5 years. She just joined with us in a film photography project in June, 2015 and now coming back to share several reasons that make her always love shooting film.

1. Film photography feels the way more personal than digital.



2. I love the feeling of anticipation when I'm waiting for the roll to be developed.



3. Film photography makes me go through my ideas and pick the best ones.



4. All analogue photos have this oldschool, vintage vibe.



5. I've met loads of awesome analogue photographers, got tons of inspiration and realize that film is an endless source of inspiration.



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