Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Film Photography by Sean Schermerhorn

Sean Schermerhorn is a 24 year-old American film photographer, based-in San Francisco. He loves to travel around the world, especially in Eastern Europe and takes pictures as the way of recording all the impressive moments that he meets.

Sean shoots on film only and his photos are usually about people and nature.













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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Sleeping Babies

Sleeping soundly on mother's shoulder, on a bicycle, or even on the baby sling. Those are very cute and funny pictures of sleeping babies that we would like to share on this post and they were all shot by film cameras.

lullabies work ... sometimes by dizka

38 of 52 by beinshitty

2007-11-f02-f21 by lifeonfilm73

Baby Sleep by [ CK ]

The safest place by Todd Baker << technowannabe

He's asleep but recharging. by TheNixer

7 premie twins by Jen's Photography

Sleeping beauty by puffy eyes

Amelia by Samantha Nason

Sleepy Head by .Blake

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Interview with Cécile

Cécile is a 25 year-old French photographer. She started shooting film with a Lomo camera over 2 years ago but since more than one year she has shot with a variety of different film cameras.

Cécile, also known as La fille renne on Flickr, who had been featured on Shooting Film would like to share more of her work with us in an interview.

- Hi Cécile, can you tell us more about you?
 Hi! I'm Cécile, a 25 year-old photographer from France. In my daily life I study animal bones, but I have really got into film photography since two years. I also like making jewelry and plush for my little e-shop, biology, ink, Russian teas, spending time with my family and my fluffy monsters.



- When did you first pick up a camera? Do you have a favorite camera to use?
 My father offered me my first camera when I was 10 years old. It was a little point and shoot Olympus. Now my favorite camera is definitively my Canon AE-1 Program, given by my better half one year ago. This camera follows me everywhere and always gives me the results I expect. I currently also use a Zenit 11 of my parents and my new Polaroid Automatic 330 Land camera. I have now a small collection of cameras and I like switching between them, it depends on the occasions.



- Do you have any formal training in photography?
 Not at all. I first learned some tips with my father and now with great photographers I meet.



- Talk to us about your background in photography?
 I was trained up many things with digital cameras last seven years, but with film cameras that I really have the results I want. I photograph a lot of subjects, mainly life and the good moments. I like to try tons of old cameras, films, and experimentation (film swap, very old expired films, cross processing, double exposure …). I also like shooting with models (particularly alternative models) for spontaneous portraits and nudes. I like to transmit emotions to people.



- Do you have any ongoing projects with film photography?
 Right now, I have swap film projects with people in other countries.  I have also recently created two big reviews on my blog : one about film photography and one about instant film photography. Those are two guides where I share my experience about all the cameras and films I have tested. I regularly increase them with my new tests (sorry, it’s only in French for the moment).  
For the future, I would like to test medium format and film soup. I also have a book project with my best friend Caroline about our analogue photographs.



- Any message for other film photographers? Or maybe a tip you would like to share?
 Don’t hesitate to try film photography, to be creative and to experiment. It’s important to always have one camera with you, because we don’t know when a good opportunity can arise.



Cécile, thank you for the interview!

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Lovely Double Exposure Film Photography by Khanh Chi

Khanh Chi is a Vietnamese photographer, based-in Hanoi. She first got into photography for a long time but started shooting film about 1 year ago and then since has shot mostly on film.

Khanh Chi who loves shooting flowers and had a post about flower that was featured on our website also loves doing multiple exposure photography. Today she would like to share with us some lovely analogue pictures of her double exposure photography.













See more of her work at her photostream on Flickr.

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Monday, September 1, 2014

Tractors in the Field

A tractor is an engineering vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive effort (or torque) at slow speeds, for the purposes of hauling a trailer or machinery used in agriculture or construction. Most commonly, the term is used to describe a farm vehicle that provides the power and traction to mechanize agricultural tasks, especially (and originally) tillage, but nowadays a great variety of tasks. Agricultural implements may be towed behind or mounted on the tractor, and the tractor may also provide a source of power if the implement is mechanized.

Hereafter are some beautiful analogue photos of tractors in the field.


Harvest Time by l4ts

Tractor Luv by Mistyfx

Tractor and Hay Bales by Jim on the Wall

Day's Work by StephenHB

Mondriaan by leo.roos

Untitled by anómyk

combine harvester and tractor by Auntie Ivy's Kitchen

George. by polarisandy

Jonas by John J. Genna

Kid's heaven (Nikon F5, Ektar100) by Vara-I Photography

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