Saturday, 17 October 2009
Ann-Kathrin shoots film
Why do you shoot film, Ann-Kathrin?
It's the light.
Nothing captures a blindingly bright streak of sunshine or a temptingly gloomy patch of darkness as film does.
When I think about taking a photograph I have a certain image in my mind that I want to achieve. This doesn't necessarily correlate with the actual situation. Using film to shoot a photograph is like painting the picture you can imagine.
Film truly tells the story of what could have been.
Film uncovers what I have seen.
You can see Ann-Kathrin's (a.k.a. Keksofant) film photos on Flickr; here and here.
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