Monday, April 27, 2015

Katarína Szabová - 5 things I love about Film

Katarína Szabová is a 21-year-old Slovakian photographer from Bratislava who is studying art history at university in Vienna, Austria and loves to save every moment by her film cameras.

Katarína has just joined with us in a project called Me and my film cameras. She has a lot of reasons to keep her passion on shooting film and here are 5 main ones she would like to share with us.

1. I can never concentrate on one particular moment when I shoot digital photos. The emotion I mainly want to express is not complete when I shoot digital and it's split among all the pictures you are tempted to shoot in the row (since you have a digital camera and you can do as many the pictures as you want to). When I shoot film, I concentrate on one particular moment, take maximum 2 photos of one thing, but only if I'm really not sure that I captured the thing I wanted to. I can value the picture much more when shooting film, it's a cliche, but when one picture you remember you took a month ago is good after you develop it, the feeling after is different.



2. I'm not very technical, so all the buttons on the digital cameras confuse me, my old camera doesn't have any of them, so you just need to shoot.



3. The imperfection of analogue photography, I like them very much. Imperfect light, colour, all those aspects are very charming for me.



4. The surprise after they are finally developed.



5. The possibility to develop them on your own, I did it only once so far, but with the pictures I feel like if they were all only and completely mine since I was part of the whole process. It was a little different and very nice feeling.



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Film Photography by Aaron Claringbold

Aaron Claringbold is an Australian photographer and visual artist, based-in Melbourne. “My photography spans a range of ideas and approaches though is primarily film based.”

Aaron loves to travel around, especially to other countries and shoot everything on film mostly.













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Sunday, April 26, 2015

The clarinetist Ross Gorman and his daughter in New York City, circa 1920

New York City. The clarinetist Ross Gorman teaching his daughter the art of portrait photography, circa 1920. (via Shorpy)

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12 Picturesque Analogue Photographs of Portofino

Portofino is an Italian fishing village and vacation resort famous for its picturesque harbour and historical association with celebrity and artistic visitors. It is a comune located in the province of Genoa on the Italian Riviera. The town is clustered around its small harbour, and is known for the colourfully painted buildings that line the shore. Nearby beaches include Paraggi, Camogli, Chiavari, Lavagna, and Sestri Levante.

And hereunder are some picturesque film photos of this beautiful village

The Portofino Bay by Jeff_B.

portofino by almasic

021_18A by emwilbz

Portofino by AlejandroMatus

Portofino Rally by Hamish Roots

01 by ZoSo74

portofino by maxjanko

Portofino, Canon AE-1 by mraposio

Portofino by redmetalzero

Portofino harbor, Velvia 50 by jhgurian

Magic Light Of Camogli by TablinumCarlson

portofino by nardell

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Gorgeous Self-Portrait Black and White Film Photography by Shelbie Dimond

Shelbie Dimond is a 22-year-old professional photographer, based-in San Francisco, California. She first got into photography when she was little with an old Canon AE-1 from her father.

Shelbie who joined with us in few projects before spent about a year and a half in college studying photography. She loves to shoot portrait and self-portrait, especially with black and white film.













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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Single Picture Shows the Effects of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO on Images


If you are new to photography, this simple infographic will help you alot. It will show you the different effects of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO on your photographs. The image was made by Daniel Peters of Photoblog Hamburg, where you can download a printable PDF of it.

(via PetaPixel)

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Flickr Samplr #52: Polaroid Week 2015

Polaroid Week 2015, or 'Roid Week 2015 has just ended in April 24th after occurred in 5 days. It's one of the biggest Polaroid photography events every year. In this Flickr Samplr, we would like to introduce some of beautiful Polaroid photos that photographers submitted in both our group pool for this event.

diptych, home is where you lay your head. lake los angeles, ca. 2014. by eyetwist

Dance the tulip2 by Lilian analog photography

instant film by La fille renne

Untitled by Rachel Frank

Church by mns_mike

L. by denzzz

Polaroid SLR680 - Shadow Of Nature's Fury by Harrison Made

Untitled by Annette°

Following The Track Of The Wild by Bastiank80

See more of beautiful Polaroid photos of this event here.

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