Saturday, May 6, 2017

'Elusive': Amazing Multiple Exposure Film Photography Project by Dwam Ipomée

Dwam Ipomée is a 32-year-old photographer, tattoo artist, and illustrator who comes from France. “I've been shooting film for about 4 years. I had a little Praktica, a Fed 2, now I'm working with a Zorki V and a Mamiya 645.”

Dwam is mainly interested in deconstructing gender stereotypes, witchcraft, fluid sexuality, polyamory, and exploring the oneiric landscapes of minds and visions. “For this series 'Elusive', I'm working mainly with multiple exposure, playing with the randomness and the mystery.”












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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Black and White Street Film Photography by Nathanaël Fournier

35-year-old Lille-based French photographer Nathanaël Fournier joined with us in several film photography projects before, and today he's coming back to share more of his work - a project called "Les Ruines du Vieux-Monde".
“Two months ago I found in a suitcase I left in Liège a dozen of films from 2014. For this forgotten project I used a point and shoot Leica camera and rolls of Ilford Pan 100. I wanted to make my photographic process easier. It reminds me when I started twelve years ago with a little Nikon film camera I borrowed from my girlfriend.
The name cames from one of the first photo I shot: a chalk graffiti on Saint-Lambert Square in Liège, Belgium. It was written "Les Ruines du Vieux-Monde": Ruins of the Old World. Unfortunately this project ends when I broke the camera.” 











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Monday, April 24, 2017

Stunning Portrait Film Photography by Felipe Dolce

Felipe Dolce is a 25-year-old Brazilian photographer who started to get into photography about 3 years ago. “I like to focus on timeless beauty, mysteries and freedom. The most challenging part for me is to manage to capture the intimacy between me and the people I photograph.”

Felipe uses the Canon AT-1 at the beginning and it is his favorite camera so far. He shoots mostly portraits and moments, “but I love to take pictures wherever I go.”











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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Colourful Film Photography by Ashley Brown

Ashley Brown is a Japan-based photographer who has been shooting film for about 30 years with a Canon A-1. “I never felt the need to switch to digital. I've always loved the individual personalities of reversal (slide) films, especially in terms of colour reproduction and expression.”

“Living in Japan for the last 15 years has been a great experience, a country in which colour is so prominent in its long cultural history as well as its natural features. Shooting reversal film these days is expensive, but the upside is that you become very selective and take a lot of care with each shot; colour and composition are my watchwords, and if I'm not satisfied with both, I'll probably pass. That said, once I've exhausted Japan's more obvious themes, I'll need to become a more spontaneous street photographer, and I'm looking forward to exploring which film will be best for the task!”











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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Incredible Portrait Film Photography by Ana Martínez Requena

26 year-old Madrid-based photographer Ana Martínez Requena who was featured on Shooting Film last year is coming back today to share more of her work with us. “My work centers on color, mutations and emotions by mixing analogue and digital techniques. My manipulated images show human figures and inanimate objects in unconventional ways.”















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