Posts Tagged ‘film photography’

Interview / Stanley Bloom

Interview with the french photographer, Stanley Bloom.


Interview / Jason Koxvold – Knives

Interview with the British photographer, Jason Koxvold (b. 1977, Liege) – based between Brooklyn and Upstate New York.

His latest series, ‘KNIVES’, is a truthful look at a rural community victim of the effects of globalisation they didn’t had any control over – this documentary is also deeply linked to a typological study of knives, whose industry was the basis of the region’s economy. The story of this town is the story of many more in the USA and the in the world.


Interview / Adam Wilkoszarki

Interview with the Polish photographer, Adam Wilkoszarki.


Murat Erman Aksoy



Selection of photos by Murat Erman Aksoy
28-year-old architect and amateur photographer from berlin, germany.

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Behind the image / Danny Rowton


Tell us more about these 2 images and your series?

Both shots, like almost all of my Nightshift series, were taken on Medium Format slide film. The Petrol Pumps image was a location I had driven past a few times, and knew it had potential, so I made a mental note of it and I thought about what would heighten the mood I wanted to convey. It had a sense of longing to it, of a calling and that the silence would be almost deafening in the right situation. I knew it had to be at night, on slide film, and I later realised it had to be foggy weather.


Interview / Luca Tombolini

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Interview with the Italian photographer, Luca Tombolini.


Interview / Catherine Lemblé



Interview with the Belgian photographer, Catherine Lemblé.


Interview / Clément Touchard



Interview with the French photographer, Clément Touchard.


Interview / Tom Palluch


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Interview of the german photographer, Tom Palluch.
Tom recently launched a photo journal posting an image a day with the focus on streetphotos and snapshots.


Hudson Gardner

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Selection of images by the american photographer, Hudson Gardner.