It’s been quite cold here in the Midwest of the United States (have you heard of the polar vortex?), thus I haven’t been shooting much instant film as it does NOT like the frigid temperatures. As well, I’m in the middle of a roll of 35mm, so don’t have many new photos to share with you. In light of that, I thought for today’s Film Friday, I would share some film inspiration with you!
If you haven’t seen Long Live Film, a beautiful documentary made by Kodak and Indie Film Lab, then I urge you to pull up a chair, grab a favorite beverage, and enjoy 48 stunning minutes. Click HERE to check it out.
I adore the work of Parker Fitzgerald. His photographs frequent the pages of Kinfolk magazine (which I also adore) and many other publications. At the close of 2013, he compiled 100 of his favorite photos of the year and they can be seen on his blog HERE.
I recently learned of Czech photographer, František Drtikol, who created beautiful nudes and other portraits. You can see a collection of his photos HERE.
And last, if you’re into instant film photography, the awesome folks over at Snap It See It just launched a Community Forum. This is a place where you can create a profile and join the community, giving you access to many conversations, groups, advice, and more! I think this will be a great resource for inspiration, Q&A, and general connection among folks who love instant film.
So there’s my latest round-up of film-focused inspiration. If you have any new sources of inspiration for shooting film, please share them in the comments. You can never have too much inspiration.
Meghan of Life Refocused