by Jessica Chow in New Photography on Tuesday 12 March 2013

With the increasing technology and many with a decent camera at the convenience of their mobiles, almost everyone can claim to be a ‘photographer’. It is in this digital world that Paulius Rudokas challenges this orthodox. At only 18 years old, he is unlike many of his age; prefering to use black and white film and develops and prints his photographs in his bedroom (he is not yet able to get a dark room). He believes that film forces the photographer to make every shot matter which is reflected in his prints; though not perfect, often filled with charming character.