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Film maker Achilleas Gatsopoulos has been using revolog films for some years now, this year his Streak photograph is the November picture of the revolog calendar. In this interview he talks about how he came to work with analog material and he speaks about new projects.
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Berlin based photographer Momo Vu has impressed us a lot with her varied use of our films. Her artistic work ranges from portrait to landscape and double exposures. And she’s on the lookout for collaborations, so be sure to follow her and get in touch!
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The haunting Kolor photo featured in May of our now sold out revolog calendar was taken by Scott Cairns. Find out more about him and his work in our interview.
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Samantha Muljat has a stunning creative vision, that she expresses through different disciplines like graphic design and photography. When we stumbled upon her work taken with 460nm film, we just couldn’t let the opportunity pass to ask her a view questions.
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Michelle Behr has been shooting with revolog films on a regular basis the past years. She’s extremely skilled in capturing the perfect moment, which comes in handy as she is also working as a wedding photographer. In a project called the Hope Card series, she’s raising awareness for teenager with mental health issues. If you want to know more about it, be sure to read on.
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As an ongoing series we would like to introduce you to the photographers behind the pictures in our 2019 Nature Calendar. The first to go is Sarah Blard, who took the January photo.
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Mariana Moraes photographed a beautiful series with our Kolor film in Rio de Janereiro. It’s called “descortinando paisagem“ (unveiling landscape), read on to learn what she has so say about it.
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