Saturday, August 29, 2015

Anne Locquen - Me and my film cameras

Anne Locquen is a French photographer, based-in La Rochelle. She first got into instant photography in 2013 with a Polaroid bought from a local flea market, and has never stopped this passion.

Anne who has just been featured on Shooting Film for 2 months sometimes loves to shoot herself and had several analogue photos that she shot with her instant film cameras would like to share with us.

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Interesting Street Film Photography by Luis Hernandez

Luis Hernandez is a 24-year-old Mexico-based photographer who is living in Nashville, Tennessee. “I lived in Brazil for the last 2 years, and now I moved to Nashville to finish my major in photography. My biggest heroes in photography are Robert Frank, and William Egglestone.”

Luis has been shooting on film mostly. “Street pure photography and visual anthropology for me are the most beautiful types of photography. The world has many faces, many colours, and while I'm able to grab a camera with my hands, I'll try to capture it's beauty.”

See more of his work at his photostream on Flickr.

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Friday, August 28, 2015

On Her Back

 I'm waiting
 Ooh, still waiting
 I'm just a fool
 Ooh, I'm a fool
 To keep waiting..."
- I'm Still Waiting by Diana Ross
Untitled by Mariam Sitchinava.

Skin and Shell by Laura Su Lilie

* by Lucy Zharikova

Untitled by welcome, ghosts

Untitled by Aëla Labbé

Untitled by Leanne Surfleet

The Sleeping Bird by Dara Scully

Untitled by Teresa Q

一定能飛翔。 by Yu-Ting Cheng

"God, tell us the reason youth is wasted on the young..." by Amy Chu :)

chloris the nymph. by turuncuaz

, by Benedetta Falugi

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Hakim Isehak - 5 things I love about Film

Hakim Isehak is a 23-year-old Malaysia-based photographer who is living in Kuala Terengganu and has been shooting nature and portrait on film mostly.

Hakim was just featured on our website last month, now coming back to share several reasons that make him always love shooting film.

1. Film is always honest to me.

2. Film has a difference from tone, texture, and grain.

3. Sometimes film surprises me.

4. I love to make some experiments on my film.

5. Film is like a girl, very hard to handle.

See more of his work at:

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Hanoi Street Film Photography by Pham Thu Thuy

Pham Thu Thuy is a 24 Vietnamese photographer and filmmaker, based-in Hanoi. She first got into film photography for about 1 year ago after “I felt that everything could be taken by digital so quick, convenient, and thoughtless. It took me about 6 months to finish my first film roll.”

Thuy is now learning film making at Hanoi Doclab, and her part-time job is being a video journalist based-in Hanoi for Zoomin TV. She also loves to walk around Hanoi and shoots street, everyday life of people in her free time.

See more of her work at:

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