The Exposure series explores the vision behind frames, shots and where passion blossomed for each photographer. Through out these conversations we learn what shooting analog means to everyone and the meaning behind the journey.
EXPOSURE SERIES / FT. FELIX RUSSEL-SAW
“Technology is making things boring these days, you always hear of someones grandad giving them a box of film and some old cameras. What is our generation gonna leave behind? A USB stick? I want to have something to show when I’m 6ft under.”
EXPOSURE SERIES / FT. SARA DE SOUSA
"I’m very drawn to strong contrasts, reflections, interesting little moments, details. If I’m out on the street shooting, I’ll always look twice at any mirrors and interesting or dramatic shadows."
EXPOSURE SERIES / FT. DENNIS EICHMANN
"To me it's a bit about letting go of control. I like having the camera and the film chemistry create the image. As a photographer, you act a bit like a curator. You take what's there and bring it into a new context."
EXPOSURE SERIES / FT. FRANCISCO SALGADO
"I was mostly just trying to record the places I was going and parties with my friends, because none of them were taking photos. It was nothing serious. Then, [...]"
EXPOSURE SERIES / FT. JOÃO CABRAL
"The whole process of taking one photo is much slower, I have to really think about the photo and consume the whole atmosphere around me. It’s kind of like a therapy to me."