Name: Eugene Levy Age: 27 years old Shooting For: 5 years Camera: Fujica GS645 / Kiev 88cm Favorite film: Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portra 160, Kodak Portra 400.
Eugene on why he shoots film:
“The choice to begin shooting film came shortly after I picked up my first camera, which was digital. I quickly jumped to film photography after being mesmerized by how the film pictures make me feel and by the process of film itself. I didn’t think much when I decide to sell all my digital gear and go back in the past by using a film camera. Since, I enjoy every second of it and can’t imagine myself picking up a digital camera. Don’t waste film, because somewhere a unicorn dies for your mistake”
Films: Cinestill 800, Kodak Portra 400, Kodak Portra 800, Lomography Color Film 400, Expired Kodak Gold 400
Louis Dazy on shooting film and this series:
“I started shooting photos a little bit more than 2 years ago, I started with film and stuck to it, my first double exposure was done by accident, I enjoyed the outcome so much that I started to shoot more and more double exposures because it’s awesome to have two sides of a story on just one frame. I’m always portraying my closest friends the only reason I shoot photos is that I wanna make memories, I want to have photos to look at when I’m older and just remember things I may have forgot about. I never plan anything when I shoot, probably because I always carry my camera with me so I don’t have to, when I come across something interesting I just shoot it regardless of time, weather, people, etc. I just really focus on the moment and what I feel.”
Train station at Emerald by Matthew Paul Argall Via Flickr: Photographed using the Kodak Easy Load 35 KE60, and AgfaPhoto Vista Plus 400 film. Taken at the train station at Emerald, Victoria, Australia.