Wednesday, June 29, 2016

'One Day On Film' - Fantastic Black and White Street Film Photography Project by Danny Nguyen

Bayonne-based French photographer Danny Nguyen who had his work featuring on Shooting Film before is now coming back to share more of his work in another film photography project called "One Day On Film".
 “All these pictures have been taken the same day in Paris. I used a Nikon F3 HP with 50 mm and 35mm lenses. The aim of this series is to share with you my early experience on film photography and see how I will progress through the episodes.” 

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Amazing Portrait Film Photography by Ana Martínez Requena

Ana Martínez Requena is a 25-year-old Spanish photographer, based-in Madrid. “I do pictures to develop my feelings, when I feel bad sometimes, and other times just because I need to do it. It is my hobby so I don't take it very seriously, but I love it.”

Ana used to be journalist “but two months ago I left my work and take a internship in a publicity agency in the creative department. And I am very happy with what I do, and I think that is the most important. Two years ago I bought a enlarger and I used to install it from time to time in my bathroom. Most of my work is in dark room, so I do pictures without camera. I think they are very free because you can create things that doesn't exist, compositions.”

See more of her work at her website.

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Beautiful Film Photography by Matthew Collinge

Matthew Collinge is an English photographer who is from Lancashire and has been shooting film for about a year and digitally about 8 years. “I took a Nikon FM on my honeymoon to the USA visiting New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, Yosemite and Santa Barbara. All shot on Portra 400.”

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Monday, June 20, 2016

'The Museum of Innocence' Film Photography Project by Nacho Errando

22-year-old Valencia-based photographer Nacho Errando is our familiar face who joined with us in few film photography projects before. He is now coming back to share with us a photography exhibition in his city called "El museo de la inocencia" (The Museum of Innocence), pictures from La Havana (Cuba).

See more of his work at his Tumblr.

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Friday, June 17, 2016

Emotional Film Photography by Jorė Janavičiūtė

Jorė Janavičūtė is a Lithuanian journalist and filmmaker who is now living in Vilnius, Lithuania. She started shooting on film in 2007, and has never stopped this passion.

Jorė usually uses a Minolta X-300 and recently started to shoot with a Chinon CX. “I am coming from the film and storytelling field. So I noticed that also in my photographs unconsciously try to tell stories. The people I take pictures of become characters in a way. They become characters of a film never created, characters walking their own mysterious paths.”

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