Adrianna Wojciechowska is a nineteen Polish film photographer, currently living in a stunning countryside. Her first analogue camera was a gift from her uncle. "He gave it to me two years ago, in the time of winter. Then during the spring I have started taking pictures."
"My inspirations come from dreams and literature. Sometimes, throughout day, the idea came suddenly, and then until the moment of its realisation, it hunted me and didn't give me any reprieves. I had to completely absorb." She says.
Adrianna shoots on film only and her photos are mostly about portrait with so much emotion on their faces. "One of the most important things to me is the identity of my models. That is why, people who appear on my photos are friends or members of family, not unknown person. Another important thing is their smiles. In my opinion it reflect their mood and their thoughts." She adds.
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