• Analogue Exposure: Szymon Burza

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  • Optiko 5: Instant Photography

    You can now pre-order your copy of issue 5 of Optiko as it's about to got to press.

    We would like to ensure that enough copies are printed to cope with the demand, as all previous issues have sold out in a very short time, so by pre-ordering you can be sure to receive your copy just as soon as they have been printed.

    Thanks once again to all those who helped and contributed to this issue - we couldn't do it without you!

    http://optiko.bigcartel.com/

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  • Pre-order your copy of Optiko 5

    You can pre-order your copy of Optiko 5 from Friday 22nd August here: http://optiko.bigcartel.com/

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  • Q&A: Eva Flaskas

    Tell us a little about yourself and what do you do?

    I'm a instant film & film obsessed photographer from Sydney Australia.

    Who or what inspires you to take photographs?

    I have always had a passion for photography, never did much about it until a few years ago. I guess anything old and neglected inspires me and I love the way the sun can play with the old abandoned buildings.

    Do you have any particular influences when it comes to photography?

    One main influence that I have in my photography is Sir Simon Marsden, his use of infrared film inspired me to use it and his love for the old, abandoned and neglected. More than anything his love for cemetery photography.

    What made you take up photography and why do you choose to use film?

    As mentioned above I have always loved photography, over time I have acquired polaroid cameras, 35mm, 120, 4x5 & pinhole.

    I prefer film as I do find it more rewarding, it's the whole process from beginning to the end. Shooting, developing the film and finally darkroom printing, there is nothing more in life that I enjoy more than printing.

    What do you hope to do with your photography in the future? Any projects planned?

    Ideally I would love to exhibit my work in a gallery or publish a book (both would be great), I don't really have any projects planned, what I would love to do though is hit the road and photograph some abandoned towns in Australia.

    Do you have a favourite camera or film?

    I don't have just the 1

    My favourite polaroid camera is my SX70 & SLR680, my favourite film is Silver Shade by impossible project.

    For pack film I can't go by without my polaroid 195, expired Chocolate Polaroid is my number 1 choice, I only have 3 packs left.

    For traditional film I love using my Nikkormat FT2 or Yashica D, B&W would be my choice of film, expired ORWO NP20 or InfraRed Efke Aura.

    If you could photograph anyone or any location what would it be?

    Again I couldn't choose 1 location but I would love to photograph Antarctica, go on an African Safari and photograph the beautiful animals in the wild. More than anything I love ancient History so historical sites would be on my list.

    https://evaflaskasfilmphotography.exposure.co/

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  • Analogue Exposure: Mandi Kathleen

    Camera: Canon AE-1

    Location: Salton Sea in California

    www.mandikphotos.com

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  • Q&A: Julie Anne Cochrane

    Tell us a little about yourself and what do you do?

    I’m a photographer based in Manchester UK. I shoot in film.

    Who or what inspires you to take photographs?

    I’m inspired by pretty much everything around me, predominately nature and architecture.

    Do you have any particular influences when it comes to your photography?

    I admire ALOT of photographers, too many to name. William Eggleston is one of my favourites, I love his ability to find beauty in the mundane, and his need to photograph absolutely everything.

    What made you take up photography and why do you choose to use film?

    I’ve always been interested in photography from a young age, I started acquiring film cameras and began taking photographs, most of which were rubbish.

    I choose to shoot in film exclusively, as I prefer the aesthetic quality and the analogue process over digital photography.

    What do you hope to do with your photography in the future? Any projects planned?

    I hope to start doing portraits in the next few months. It’s something I’m excited to explore.

    Do you have a favorite camera/film?

    I love my Ricoh GR1, it’s great for snapshots and street photography. I tend to use whatever film is cheapest, but mostly fuji superia 400.

    If you could photograph anyone or any location what or who would it be?

    I’d love to photograph the landscapes in North America.

    http://www.julieannecochrane.com

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  • Analogue Exposure: Agnieszka Lewandowska

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  • Analogue Exposure: Holly Levey

    Double Exposure

    Camera: Centon K100

    Film: Fujicolor 200

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/hollyapl/

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  • Analogue Exposure: Edie Sunday

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  • Analogue Exposure: Sara Dominguez

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