We come to the final Showcase under the theme of Multiple Exposures. We have seen and have been introduced to more wonderful work by Film Photographers across across in this series and we look forward to continuing to see more of them in the future.
Every element of afps.blog is focused on the collaboration and contributions of Film shooters globally.
We have another feature article to finish off the month of February which involves another Travel series to another amazing destination Nepal. I’m pretty sure there will be be seeking a Travel Documentary showcase in the coming months to come.
However for March we move onto the month long theme of “Family Documentary” on film emulsions.
“Family Documentary” I am sure will deliver a fabulous collection globally as I know it touches many peoples hearts. We will kick it off with a feature article and I will be looking to pull together another collective showcase with the same feel as the multiple exposure showcase 1, showcase 2 & showcase 3. So watch this space for how to submit your showcase submission.
Thank you to the wonderful film community in backing this web blog and making it a “gem” of a place to explore, chill and be consumed.
I cannot express enough my gratitude to our readers, our subscribers, our showcase contributors and of course our feature article contributors.
(One last thought, you have no idea how hard it is to select “a Feature Image” for these showcases!)
Leah Pollard Moore
Leah Moore is a photographer, high school history teacher, wife & mum to four. Film has helped her reclaim her mojo for documenting her own family & the “everyday beautiful” around her. Mostly 35mm & mostly Kodak.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leahmoorephoto/ &
I am a photographer based in Melbourne. I am interested in using multiple exposure techniques to blur the line between real and surreal. By creating multiple images across a roll of film, I can draw out a detailed examination of my portrait sitter challenging the idea of a photo being ‘one’ snapshot in time. The technique is inspired by traditional motion picture and brings an additional dimension and thought process to a portrait sitting.”
Marek Rygielski is a photographer specialising in film photography and development. Always looking for an interesting perspective.
My name is Michael Barrett and I started out with Photography nearly 20 years ago. Since then I’ve moved with the times and went from film to digital and have now returned to film concentrating on shooting large and medium format. I have been experimenting with double exposure using different formats , cameras and lenses. I’m just trying to find the balance between planned and chaos. One of the projects I’m working on is sending pre exposed film and cameras to other photographers.
Here is a link to my instagram
Hi , my name is Dennis Warne and I am a Photographer based in Adelaide, South Australia
In the last 2 years, my Photography has gone in a whole new direction I never thought it would! I have used Plastic Holga film cameras, an old Twin Reflex, phone cameras, scanners, pinhole cameras, and of course my DSLR . My output has tended to be more experimental and theme based. I have used these as well as some home made slide projecter lenses and other attachments to make an assortment of unusual images.
Sarah Black is a Family Photographer living in Melbourne. She originally studied film photography at Photography Studies College. After 7 years as a digital family and wedding photographer, she bought a couple of film cameras prior to embarking on a 3 month motorhome adventure with her own family, mainly because she wanted to be able to give her kids a shoebox full of real photographs documenting this experience, much like the ones she had received from her own parents. She has hardly taken a digital photo since, and her professional and personal work are all film.
Sarah is drawn to the earthy beauty and expressiveness of film, and likes to play with the supposed constraints of the medium to add layers of experience and feeling to her images.
Rob Walwyn from Sydney, predominantly interested in landscape and travel photography but aiming to improve on portraits.
Melissa is an amateur photographer, based in Melbourne, that has been shooting with film for just over a year now. She enjoys landscape photography in particular, exploring the medium by experimenting with different films and techniques, making mistakes and learning along the way.
National Art School Fine Art’s Student, Tamasin Altmann explores film photography as a vehicle of expressing the parallels between the universal human condition and her own personal psychological adversities. Driven by her dedicated love for traditional film techniques, Altmann seeks to project personal visceral encounters in both a metaphorical yet lucid manner. Her work is inspired by methods used by Surrealist and Dadaist photographers such as Man Ray and Salvador Dali. Tamasin’s work attempts to question societal and political views of gender and sexuality and is a reflection of her continuously intimate connection with film photography.
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/tamsalty/