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 […]
If film is already dead, then how come these gorgeous girls and beautiful boys don’t look like flesh-eating zombies? It’s all thanks to Igor Termenon, the analogue hero of a zine called Girls on Film. Unlike other photography zines, Girls on Film is solely dedicated for portraits shot using film cameras. Meanwhile, Boys on Film features film portraits of the opposite sex.
After seeing some of the first pinhole photos I took around my workplace, I had this idea of starting a film photography project called “Ghost Employees.” More than just a play on the ghostly images of people blurred from long exposure, my goal is to document and illustrate the hustle and bustle of people’s everyday working life. Aside from the typical office setting, I plan to take this project in hotels, schools, cafes, and anywhere else there may be interesting busy scenes and people at work.
By Y in New Photography on Thursday 10 February 2011
Maria Kazvan is 21-years-old portraiture photographer based in Lviv, Ukraine. She started shooting just two years ago, inspired by good music, photography (especially fashion photography of 90s), classic literature and art.