Friday, October 9, 2015

12 Wonderful Nature Analogue Photos through Lomo LC-A

Here is a collection of 12 wonderful analogue photos taken by Lomo LC-A.

Untitled by fl*clover

rigi by thomasw.

there she goes by golfpunkgirl

Untitled by adriano zanni

Cuillin Storm (Lomo) by ftwentytwo

Bench by Cormac Phelan

1120028 row of trees by Erven2010

HK by saviorjosh

000036 by qwj

Untitled by nicolasesc

Untitled by Johannes Huwe

Rumpel by dreifachzucker

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Btihal Remli - 5 things I love about Film

Btihal Remli is a German photographer who is living in Vienna. She has been shooting mostly portrait and street on 120 film and had work featuring on Shooting Film last month.

There are a lot of reasons that make Btihal love shooting film, and she would like to share with us her 5 main things.

1. The first and most important thing why I love to shoot with film is that moment of doubt. It is the moment after you did all the settings and your finger is on the button for taking the picture. It is moment of absolute doubt. For me it's the basis for any kind of art.

2. Analogue photography is a very slow medium. You really have to think and that gives me time to observe.

3. The feeling of those beautiful colours from a Kodak Portra film and the light have such a nice fuzziness in analogue. Not reachable with pixels.

4. With a frame of 6x6 and a 120 film you have to change after 12 images. This process of wrapping up the film, taking it out, then putting the new one in is a ritual and by that it prepares you for a start.

5. Vilém Flusser describes the gesture of photographing as a philosophical gesture: "Since photography has been invented it was possible to produce philosophy not only with the medium of words but images". And if you shoot 1000 of photos it can't be taken seriously as philosophical position, but you can with only a few images.

See more of her work at her website.

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Gorgeous 'Nature in the Mist' Black and White Film Photography by Ludovico Poggioli

Ludovico Poggioli is a 41-year-old Italy-based photographer who is living and working in Umbria. “I often walk around with a camera and my two dogs to take photos in this wonderful place that I still like the day after.”

Ludovico is now working as an IT system administrator. He shoots mostly 'nature in mist' with a lot of film cameras, both 35mm and 120mm, especially with black and white films. “Photography is what keeps me sane. It's like medicine for the soul, a sweet obsession. That were too many hours spent in front of a monitor typing on a keyboard and that's probably why I love old mechanical cameras and the darkroom.”

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Sean Gilchrist - Me and my film cameras

20-year-old Arizona-based photographer Sean Gilchrist has been shooting since he was a teenager and most of his work comes from film with both 35mm and 120mm formats.

Sean joined with us in few film photography projects before. He shoots everything around as the best way to save moments in his life. Sometimes he also loves to photograph himself and would like to share with us several analogue photos that he shot with his film cameras.

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Wonderful Portrait Film Photography by Cora Álvarez

Cora Álvarez is a 22-year-old Spain-based photographer who is living Barcelona. “I started film photography when I picked up my Dad's Canon AT-1, since then I has been felt in love with the magic of film and I couldn't stop using it.”

Cora likes to create stories where melancholy, mystery and nostalgia play an important role. “I love to shoot portrait and use it as a way to express my feelings my inner thoughts.”

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