Tag : Film Photography

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

The Analog Man: Photo Series By Somanjan Ponda

94 years old Shantinath Bannerjee, from the suburban town Belgharia, India, after completing an instrument technician course from the Benaras Hindu University, joined Omega Watch Company as a technician. Gradually, analog camera repairing became his arena of affection. Shantinath made miniature polishing, grinding, and lathe machines by his own for…

Esben Bøg Jensen shoots film & reveals what is a good photograph

Esben Bøg Jensen Shoots Film & Reveals What Is A Good Photograph

Film Photography at its very best, Esben Bøg Jensen shows us some brilliant examples of portraits filled with classic emotions all through his portfolio. The grains of film stock and the undying colors adds subtle feel of artistic brilliance to these pictures. Its interesting to find out his approach while…

Eerie And Surreal Photos Of People Captured With Analog Camera By Titus Poplawski

Eerie And Surreal Photos Of People Captured With Analog Camera By Titus Poplawski

When Artists create, they make their worlds. Some create happy worlds, full of sense and discovery, some adventurous lands full of magic and fantasy, some creepy and eerie worlds full of monsters and fear. That’s the power of creativity. Every artist has to learn how to use it. There’s probably…

The Best Analog/Film Photos Of The International Photography Awards 2020

The Best Analog/Film Photos Of The International Photography Awards 2020

Here are the best analog/film photos from the International Photography Awards 2020. Are you interested to submit your photographs? Submit your photos to IPA as it’s now open for submissions. Scroll down to see some stunning examples of analog photography from the 2020 International Photography Awards. You can check our…

Grandson Inherits His Grandfather’s Collection Of Unseen Street Photos

Grandson Inherits His Grandfather’s Collection Of Unseen Street Photos

When in 2014, Dylan Scalet inherited a sizable collection of photos captured by his grandfather Jack Sharp, he didn’t expect much. It actually took him 6 years—and COVID-19 lockdown happening—to finally begin to digitize the film. What he discovered was a treasure trove of incredible photographs depicting street life in…

It’s All In Her Head: Photographer Holger Nitschke Beautifully Captured With Rolleiflex 3.5 Film Camera

“It’s all in your head“ was shot during the lockdown-days in 2020.A couple of days before I purchased an old Rolleiflex 3.5c and I’m still in love with this magic thing, so no virus can’t discourage me from shoot 🙂 I want to shot a slightly spooky-series of portraits with…

Meet Masha Ivashintsova (1942−2000), The “Vivian Maier of Russia”

Meet, Masha Ivashintsova (1942−2000), a woman who was hiding about 30,000 photos she took in the USSR. Recently, her daughter Asya Ivashintsova-Melkumyan was going through her stuff and found a stunning collection of more than 30,000 images. After deciding to develop these photos, Asya was shocked to discover how well…

Interview With Analog Photographer Frank Machalowski And His Other Worldly Photographs

We bring this wonderful interview from Frank Machalowski who shoots such poignant analog photographs. Speaking about his style of photography, it is so unique and engaging, such clear thought process behind every photograph and this Interview will give us more insights. Interviewed by Siddharthan Raman. If you want to feature on…

Through The Vintage Strip – Photo Series By Indian Photographer Subhajit Naskar

In our childhood, Photography was completely dependent on a Film camera. I can remember after any event of our house, we got some film negatives along with the printed photographs. A negative is an image on a strip in which the lightest areas of the subject appear darkest and the…

The Simplicity In Photography: A Great Insight By Shaun La

Words & Photography by: Shaun La *All Photographs were photographed on film.* There are a generous amount of fields in the land of Photography. As a professional photographer, I have always thought of myself as a Photographer, excluding the commercial or art title that can precede the word, Photographer. Of…

French Photographer Alexandre Daray Inspires Us With A Great Vision For Photography

Alexandre Daray is a French Documentary Photographer who shares his experiences with us in this brief interview. He shoots film and do we need more reason not to love his portfolio already topping with great photographs. In this space with 121clicks.com, Alex shares his interests beyond photography, various thoughts bounding…

How To Declutter Your Mind Tells Paul Bailey A Pure Wanderlust

A Dietician by profession, Paul Bailey has this immense talent towards art of photography. He shoots film and tell us this only improves his patience and makes him feel a kid again in terms of learning and excitement. In this brief Interview with 121clicks.com, Paul opens up a lot about…

Photographer Giles Clement Uses 160-Year-Old Camera to Create Stunning Portraits

Giles Clement loves to keep things classic. The Nashville-based photographer loves to produces dramatic portraiture with equipment that was made more than 160 years ago. While Giles Clement talking with Instagram blog, “Even after shooting full time for 16 years, I still get a little kick of adrenaline each time…

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