Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Autumn Polaroid Week 2014

It's Polaroid Week (aka 'Roid Week) again! 'Roid Week was started in 2006 as a way to celebrate instant film and is still going strong! There are two 'Roid Weeks a year, and now it's time for part two - Autumn Polaroid Week 2014, which is being held from October 20th - October 24th 2014. Below is a selection of some of our favorite pictures of day one and two from their Flickr group's pool.

Everything is broken in my mind. [Explored] by Shelly Sometimes

Charles by anniebee

Day 2 Fall Roid Week by .penny

AUTUMN POLAROID WEEK 2014! by The Gentleman Amateur

untitled by Kathy Rankin

Happy Polaroid Week!✰ by fernandadesu

untitled by Aubry Aragon

time zero by ©rommel

It's not the years, honey—it's the mileage. by underthewaves

untitled by Ixchel Lara

Walking Into A Magical Night by Bastiank80

untitled by Kathy Rankin


Positive by .{kim unscripted}.

Double Barcelona by tubes.

untitled by sara.robin

Testing a New Lens 2 by SquarePegPinhole

Fenland Poppies, July 2014 by Andrew Bartram (WarboysSnapper)

P. by denzzz

Daisies in my Galaxy by carmendevos

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Narcissus Flowers

Narcissus is a genus of mainly hardy, mostly spring-flowering, bulbous perennials in the Amaryllis family, subfamily Amaryllidoideae. Various common names including daffodil, narcissus, and jonquil are used to describe all or some of the genus. They are native to meadows and woods in Europe, North Africa, and West Asia, with a center of distribution in the Western Mediterranean. The number of distinct species varies widely depending on how they are classified, with the disparity due to similarity between species and hybridization between species. The number of defined species has ranged widely depending on the authority. Species and hybrids are widely used in gardens and landscapes.

Hereunder are some analogue beautiful photos of colourful narcissus flowers.

White Daffodils by hjl

Is It Wrong Not to Always Be Glad? by liechtenrose

yellow narcissus (HASSELBLAD 500C/M) by potopoto53age

Untitled by cocoaloco

into the sun by erik.drost

narcissus *** by yocca

narcissus by sakura.saki

*narcissus by fangchun15

Untitled by jour de pluie

Fanfare by Skink74

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Cécile - Me and my film cameras

Cécile, also known as La fille renne, is a 25 year-old photographer based-in France. She first got into analogue photography over 2 years ago with a Lomo camera, but currently she has shot with a variety of different film cameras.

Cécile who had been featured on our website came back to share with us several self-portrait photos that she shot with her film cameras.






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Awesome Black and White Children Portrait Film Photography by Thomas Krauss

Thomas Krauss,a French film shooter and photography hobbyist, is also a Mathematics teacher based-in Perpignan. He shoots mostly with film, especially loves black and white photography. “I am showing my pictures even if I am afraid you might be laughing at me.”

For Thomas, photography is not only the best way to express himself, but also an important part of his life. “By showing my pictures I try to express my fear and anxiety through a lens, I try to make my dreams come true.” He says.

Thomas Krauss' photos are mostly about portrait, and pictures of little children or babies are really incredibly awesome. They show a lot of emotions of a child and really make the viewers have to think.













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Monday, October 20, 2014

Me and My Few Film Cameras

For analogue photographers, to have a favourite film camera is a great pleasure. Some of them are really lucky and happy people when owning more than one.

Aiming by Lefty Jordan

cameras by Loray

Weapon of Choice: Charlie II by Suguru Nishioka

double colour. double fun. by NoiRcORNEr

"It's Me....Enjoy" -Mr. Mike J by DowntownRickyBrown

#365 My world [31/12/11] by www.carmengea.com

03/52 Prepared by Mister Oy

Selfie with analog cameras by pinterpi

me by fotografm

Yoshi's Children by Monz

Here on Shooting Film, we're also running a project called "Me and my film cameras" showing some of interesting portraits of film photographers with their cameras. If you shoot film and want to share pictures of you with your film cameras, please don't hesitate to submit your pictures here or shoot us an email at info@shootingfilm.net. Thanks!

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