Thursday, October 16, 2014

Beautiful Portrait Film Photography by Danny Edwards

Danny Edwards, a 33 year-old English photographer, is also a graphic designer based-in East Yorkshire. He has been shooting since he was about 16. Although shooting mainly with film, he also uses digital for work and sometime with his Iphone. "Film is what I prefer, and there's a few different reasons for this. Mainly, it's the process I enjoy. It feels more real when you know you've captured something on a piece of physical celluloid. It's more exciting wondering if it will come out or not rather than seeing it straight away like with digital." He says.

Danny currently uses a variety of film cameras, he shoots everything around but most of them are people and nature. "I prefer the aesthetics of film photographs, I like the grain, unpredictability and imperfections. Often I'll shoot a roll of film and look forward to seeing the shots I think were good at the time, only to find I prefer the ones that are blurred, underexposed or bleached with light leaks." He adds.

Especially he also loves cross processing and double exposure photography.

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  1. I think the last shot of the stone in the water is my favorite. The mix of the soft mist and sharp reflection is striking. Check out some more tips about black and white film here

  2. You really shared an awesome view of different rocks. I also like to visit different rock formations
    around the world. At this time I am enjoying the with my friends. We really like the Secret Caverns, Howe Caverns and Watkins Glen State Park. These are wonderful places to visit.