Vitalii Mikhailiuk @vitalii.film is an analyst currently living in Bologna, Italy. Images shot on #gold200 and #portra400.
"I think that the world out there is full of beautiful, sometimes fleeting moments, and photography is a way of capturing them. With my Canon AE-1 and a bag full of Portra 400 or Gold 200, I'm trying to capture a beautiful ray of light, spring colors, or morning fog in the mountains. Shooting analog, for me, is the best way to do it, as I can still take the time to admire the view with my own eyes while enjoying that moment when you receive your film back from the lab, not knowing how it will turn out—something like opening gifts on Christmas day." - Vitalii
James Lock @jamesscottlock is a photographer based in Nashville and throughout the southeast. Images shot on #trix400.
"Riparian is a project documenting the historic, cultural, and ecological significance of the Harpeth River in middle Tennessee - one of the fastest growing regions in the country. Human history has been intertwined with the Harpeth for thousands of years, dating back to the ceremonial Mississippian mounds and petroglyphs that line the river's banks. This project is an exploration of place. I find it fascinating to see the places people are proud call home. In many ways, this project has helped me feel rooted to the region in an otherwise more turbulent time in my life. I return to the same locations again and again to gain a more complete understanding of the region and the Harpeth River." - James
Fin Kerr @finshootsfilm is a young street and portrait photographer based in the south of England. Images shot on #tmax400 and #trix400.
"I started photographing my family and friends just under a year ago, recently I have been experimenting with street photography and documenting fleeting moments and emotions in everyday life, I love feeling lost in a crowd. I'm currently studying photography and graphic design. I take joy in the analogue process, film feels so magical in a digital age." - Fin
Derick Wood @parkwayfilm is a photographer based in Western North Carolina. Images shot with a #mamiyarb67 on #portra160.
"My work is very important to me as it allows me to capture the deep sense of wonder and awe that I feel about the natural world. I'm completely enamored by the organic and physical nature of film photography - I'm not sure I could ever convert completely to digital. Something about holding a negative in my hand, and having physical evidence of the places and people I have captured, resonates with me deeply and is an important part of the legacy I wish to leave behind." - Derick