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.
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!
Emie McGee‘s beautiful picture of the Redwood Forest in California is featured in the month of March of this years Revolog Calendar. Want to know her 5 reasons why she loves analog photography? Then read on!
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.
Musician and photographer Obi Blanche tested a few of our films last summer and we couldn’t let the chance pass by to ask him some questions. If you want to know how his childhood influenced his photography you need to read on.
When Christoph Liebentritttold us that the pictures that he took of the Austrian Band Farewell Dear Ghost were being used as their record artwork and concert poster, we were more than excited. Why? Because they were shot with our Kolor film. And they’re excellent of course, since Christoph is a fantastic photographer. We didn’t want to miss the opportunity to ask him more about his work as a photographer.
We were following Detlef Honigstein’s amazing fashion photography for some time now and were extremely excited when Detlef got in touch and shared a bunch of wonderful pictures that were all taken with revolog films with us. We couldn’t let the chance pass by to interview him for our artist feature.