• Photo by: Ümit Bulut

    Camera and Film: Zenit ET/Imation100 Expired Film

    Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/umitbulut/



  • Analogue Exposure: Sergey Neamoscou

    My name is Sergey Neamoscou. I’m a franco-russian analogue photographer living in the city of giant cats and unripe bananas, which is London.

    I grew up in post soviet era (born in Moscow in 1981). It was a time filled with dreams about a better life when being a kid I had to learn everything on my own. I think the environment was driving people crazy. I spent a lot of time sitting by the window counting the cars and waiting for extra-terrestrials. I think this is when I learned to observe and process the world around me. It all started 5 years ago when I stole an analogue camera from my roommate. I did not know even how to load the film. One friend helped me with that. I learned step by step on my own mistakes and I’m still learning. Because learning is one the most important thing in photography.

    Vestibular: I learned about this word from my father when I had concussion (the most common type of traumatic brain injury). The vestibular system, which contributes to balance in most mammals and to the sense of spatial orientation, is the sensory system that provides the leading contribution about movement and sense of balance. In this series I tried to reproduce the feeling of vestibular failure through photography. The goal was to create a sentiment of dizziness by using technics of long exposure, unfocus, rotational movements and linear accelerations. It is on-going project that I started in 2012.






  • Interview #4: Öykü Öge

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

    My name is Öykü Öge and I am a 19 year old student. I was born in Samsun, Turkey, but I have lived in Istanbul for the last 2 years.

    I have been carrying an analogue camera with me for the last six years, as well as falling in love and being an unsuccessful economics students for the last 2 years.

    Who or what inspires you to take photographs?

    My lover, my friends, ways, seas, mountains, moments.. I think everything in my life inspires me.

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

    The only thing that affects me every time is the sea, Other than that, I'm influenced by different things at different times.

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

    I would like to produce something for reaching presence and find peace in ”ending”. I want to make all of the things I see or be in touch with as tangible as possible. And I want to be remembered in a photograph frame when I reach that place and presence.

    I choose to use film because I believe film gives a personal effect and film is always open to experiment. I learned use to light with film.

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

    I don't plan for the future anymore. The only thing I want is that people remember me in my photograph frames.

    Do you have a favorite camera/film?

    My favorite camera is my Zenit because it was my first camera. I don't have a favorite film, I tend to use any cheap films I can find.

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

    I'd like to take Thom Yorke's photo. Places that I would like to photograph would be mountains and coasts.

    Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oykuoge/



  • Photo by Fabrizio Mingarelli




  • Photos by Francois Nadeau




  • Photos by Daiane Marcon

    Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/daiane_marcon/



  • Street Photography Study by Paul van Bueren

    Portfolio: paulvanbueren.nl

    Facebook: FotograafvanBueren

    Twitter: FotovBueren

    LinkedIn: Fotograafvanbueren



  • Photo by Nicola Abraham

    Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nixter121/



  • Photo by Mariusz Lemiecha

    Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwmariuszlemiechapl/



  • Photo by Brent Trenholm

    Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lemonhats/



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