Monthly Archives: April 2020

Recommendations during lockdown: Films — yuri rasin photography

Hi guys, I hope everyone is well and even though these are difficult and uncertain times, hope you find ways to stay positive and taking care of yourself and your loved ones. It looks like I’ll be working for another … Continue reading

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Analog Photography — open book diary of an artist

A new week is about to start and today I thought that I would share with you a list of some interesting YouTube channels that explore the wonderful world of film photography. If you have found yourself in a creative … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Some Film Photography Failures – by Simon King — 35mmc

As we approach the end of the year, and nights draw in closer, and colder, I’m taking the opportunity to go through my archive of photographs, in order to start curating them into some form of order. 2019 has been … Continue reading

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The Visual City: Photography, Film, and Postcards — The Metropole

“If the city is the raw material for production, for economic development, and for academic research, it has also been available to artists,” writes Helen Liggett in her 2003 work, Urban Encounters. “Photographs can function as sites of participatory reading … Continue reading

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Feelings about film photography: “use the treasures you have kept” — Antonio Mozeto

After almost 40 years I am back to ‘analogue’. I return to analog photography, film photography that is associated with my digital photography. This phrase “use the treasures you have kept” is from a great friend of mine – Ricardo … Continue reading

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Film Photography – What First Attracted You? — 35hunter

My first experience of shooting film was with a Polaroid in the late 90s. My then partner and I were both interested in various creative exploits, and photography was something we wanted to try, but in a fun and instant … Continue reading

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Macro Explorations {Raindrop Photography} — A Farm Girl’s Life

Hello, dears! Ahh, guys, I’m so excited for this post because I have to say – this is my favorite nature photoshoot I’ve done in quite a while! 😀 If you’re a regular reader around here, you know that raindrop … Continue reading

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Documentary Festival Testimonial – April 27 2020

Alejandra Chacón It was an honour to be included in the Documentary Short Film Festival. It was great to hear all the feedback from the LA community; it is interesting to hear a different community that has been in the … Continue reading

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By The Numbers: How Michael Jordan and ‘The Last Dance’ Have DOMINATED Television — AGAINST THE POINTS

Michael Jordan returns to your TV screen Sunday night in the much-hyped documentary The Last Dance, airing on ESPN. The ten-part series was originally scheduled to air during the NBA Finals in June but was pushed up two months to … Continue reading

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The Journey Begins — Site Title

It amazes me how people can be so divided. “The earth’s flat, no the earth is round” . “Tories are killing us, no labour killed us long ago” . “Climate change is real, no climate change doesn’t exist.” “Covid-19 is … Continue reading

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