The #BelieveInFilm interview is a series of informal discussions with artists creating inspiring work rooted in film photography. In this edition, we chat with mixed media artist Kent Hall who is doing really cool things with Instax mini film and the bottom of his trash can.Continue reading “Kent Hall Is Creating Mixed Media Masterpieces”
Category: Instant Photography
Brian Henry – #BelieveInFilm Interview
I discovered the photography of Brian Henry while visiting urban exploration forums and his instant film skills inspired me to buy my own instant camera. It was a packfilm camera I called Eddie and helped me launch #BelieveInFilm. I am so happy he was willing to answer a few of my questions.Continue reading “Brian Henry – #BelieveInFilm Interview”
Shooting Expired Instax Film
Amanda Raney wrote this for the old blog so I thought it was worth reposting.
Hi, my name is Amanda, and I am addicted to shooting expired film.Tweet
Hi, my name is Amanda, and I am addicted to shooting expired film.
That felt good to get off my chest!Continue reading “Shooting Expired Instax Film”
Explore Shanghai With Instax
Lee reached out and shared with me an awesome blog post about exploring Shanghai with an Instax Mini and I knew had to share it with everyone. Lee was kind enough to to share a few favorite images and tell me a little bit more about the project.
When I bought my better half a Fuji Instax Mini 9 camera for Christmas one year, I didn’t imagine I’d be using it for a film photography project of my own. The inspiration to do so hit me from somewhere though and I ended up doing exactly that.
When I bought my better half a Fuji Instax Mini 9 camera for Christmas one year, I didn’t imagine I’d be using it for a film photography project of my own.Tweet
The concept was simple. To go to some of my favourite spots in Shanghai, make an Instax photo of them, and then grab a picture on my phone of the Instax photo in front of the landmark.
So I planned my locations and the order I’d get to them in, bought a pack each of colour and monochrome film to add some variety, and shot the ‘Shanghai in an Instant’ project.You can see how it turned out along with my thoughts on doing your own instant photography project in this post on my blog.
Analogue In Suburbia: Photography As Desire And Dissent
Photominimal is my nom d’art.Continue reading “Analogue In Suburbia: Photography As Desire And Dissent”
Photo Of The Day
There won’t always be a photo of the day but today there is so let’s enjoy the moment.
It has been a minute since I did anything with the believeinfilm.com domain but here we go.