#BelieveInFilm Photo Of The Week 4/26/20

Once again it is time to celebrate a tweet of unparalleled genius. This week David Allen of that movie about the tank and 15negatives.com is our guest judge.

I love when location serves the image, rather than *being* the image. And that’s what we have here. The perspective, the use of pinhole, and the amazing contrast make for an image not of an (admittedly pretty cool) place, but for an image that pushes the viewers eye around. It’s like an awesome eyeball rollercoaster. Your gaze is pushed up by the lines in the left third, hit the sprockets, and then — by tonal association aided by gravity — drop to those awesome shadows which take you back to the starting point. I think that were this a lensed image, we might be inclined to dwell too long on the architectural features and the image would suffer. Gear serves the image on this eyeball ride, not the other way around. Boom. I’ll have another ride, please.

David is a film photographer residing in Southwest France with his family. He has been called a “surrealist” photographer, which is probably pretty accurate. When hes’ not making art, he works part time in web development and graphic design. You can find more of his work at davidsallen.com.

Photo Of The Day 4/16/20

In the middle of the tragedy of this pandemic we have orange elegance to cheer us up. Redscale and architecture go together like me and red wine someone else paid for. This is the NYC I miss.

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Photo Of The Day 4/9/20

I don’t love tacos but I do love this series. The light leaks and the vintage cars go together and the overall warm tones remind me of summer.

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Photo Of The Day 4/8/20

I was originally going to choose a sunny image of bright colors but changed at the last minute and went with this Polaroid. The two empty chairs on what looks like a small balcony and the storm clouds in the background create a real mood. I love it. Good work.

Photo Of The Day 4/6/20

All four photos from this series feel like the end of an amazing summer day. The car, light, and Bruno’s are perfect. I don’t know what Bruno’s is but I hope it is a fantastic family-owned restaurant.

As always there isn’t won’t always be a photo of the day but today there is so let’s take a moment to enjoy it. Tag your film photography with #BelieveInFilm for a chance to be featured.

Photo Of The Day

There isn’t always a photo of the day but today there is so we should celebrate it. I chose this photo by Hayley Robinson-Wiley because I love the sense of motion of the huge Easter Island head falling over. You know if it landed on your toe it would crush it.

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Photo Of The Day: More London

There won’t always be a photo of the day but today there is so let us celebrate this awesome photo by Sandeep aka Givemeabiscuit. I chose this photo because I am pretty sure I have stood in this approximate location and I can recognize two London landmarks.

Photo of the day by @givemeabiscuit! #BelieveInFilm

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Photo Of The Day

The double exposure works really well here.