Fine art film photography
Does film photography still have a place in the modern world? Of course! Photography is about creating and preserving links with the past and what better way of doing so than with a traditional method, hand processed and hand printed by your photographer.
With each click of the camera, light interacts with the chemicals in the film, creating something fragile and sensitive that needs nurturing and bringing into the world.
By its very nature, film photography is a physical product which makes it instantly more tangible, more sharable than digital, do you miss the days when the family would get the photo album out to share memories of both recent and distant past? This is simply not done in the modern world, not because its socially unacceptable, but because our memories lie unseen on hard drives and mobile phones, only to be glanced at then quickly forgotten. My work aims to bring some of that back to our lives, I create memories to be seen and cherished.
I’m not going to get into a debate about which is better, both forms of photography have their benefits, I will always use film on my personal projects because film is just different, I can spend hours trying to emulate the effect of film on my computer, or I can just use it to start with.
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What do you get from a film shoot? Well