Friday, February 10, 2017

Interesting Street Film Photography by Kelly

Kelly is an independent filmmaker and amateur photographer from Vancouver, Canada. “My first camera was an Olympus OM-10 (which I still have) at age 13 and I started to develop my own negatives and prints while in my junior high school at that time. I saved up to buy a Nikon F-801s system in 1990 and continued pursuing photography in high school spending countless hours in the darkroom experimenting with Tmax, Tri-X, dodging/burning etc. and had some big shows at the school gallery.

Kelly moved away from film photography at the age about 20 and started digital photography around 2004. “I came across a mint condition Kodak Retina Reflex S and a mint Yashica Lynx 5000 in August 2016 and started shooting film again.”
















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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Amazing 'Light Matters' Film Photography Project by Liu Qing

Sydney-based Chinese photographer Liu Qing is a quiet and sensitive girl who likes to think a lot, sometime these thoughts turn into writing, sometimes photographs, and sometimes videos. She will never stop thinking, thus she will never stop producing.

Qing joined with us in most of our film photography projects before and now coming back to share more of her work. “I would like to submit a series of analogue photos under the theme of Light Matters, featuring a collection of portraits and still life photos that feature the use of light, the title also hints the 'little things that matter in life'.”










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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Judass Priest - Me and my film cameras

Singapore-based Myanmar photographer Judass Priest was just featured on Shooting Film in the end of last year. He's now coming back to share more of his work in another film photography project called "Me and my film cameras".






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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Amazing Black and White Polaroid Portrait Photography by Andreea-Mihaela Andrei

Andreea-Mihaela Andrei is a London-based Romanian photographer whose work focuses mainly on portrait and fashion. “I studied film directing in Bucharest for two years and took a year off from finishing my studies in filmmaking. I'm currently attending some short courses at National Film and Television School in London, my specialization it will be directing the short film.”

Andrei has started a new photography project with two Polaroids camera (Spirit 600 and a close up 636) making portraits of people she has known or just met. “I want to let them do whatever they want to do in that portrait. How they want to be known by other people. I'm there just to push the button on my Polaroids. It's up to them to show us what they're thinking or what kind of emotion they want to transmit with that photograph. I thought we should start photographing again on film and instant film. This is the future, not an SD memory card or an IPhone 6 or 7.”











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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Lilia Carlone - Me and my film cameras

Lilia Carlone is an Italian photographer who is living in Milan. “My relation with photography it's drove by feeling with how colours and light can change your way to see something, I always try to put myself in different perspective.”

Lilia shoots mainly portrait and nature on film mostly. She sometimes also shoots self-portrait as a way to express herself, and here are some from them.













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