Back in 2019 I decided to take part in a collective exhibition organized through a Facebook group – Lisbon Analogue Photography. The initial plan was to show our photos in 2 different spots – Livraria Ferin and Ler Devagar – both are libraries located in Lisbon, Portugal. The final decision was that exhibition consists ofContinue reading “Lisbon on Film exhibition summary”
Just wanted to quickly let you know that opening of our collective exhibition happened yesterday and this time we are exhibiting our analogue photos at Ler Devagar in LX Factory. You can see it all for free until 22nd March. A big thanks to all who already visited!
Recently I created a new Instagram account specifically for my analogue photos. https://www.instagram.com/wojscibor.film/ I would like to invite you all 35mm film fans (it is 35mm only for now) to check it out and follow me there 🙂
With a great pleasure I would like to announce that I am part of an exhibition organized by Lisbon Analogue Photography collective. The vernissage will take place on 14th November at 6pm and you can see all the works for the whole month, until 14th December 2019. Everyone is welcome! Link to Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/258264141760936
Almost 2 months ago I posted a couple of my favorite photos taken with analogue cameras. Today I would like to show you some more captures and I can tell you… there are more coming soon!
This time I’m presenting you a video I made for Peter McKinnon’s challenge.
Now I will show you some of my analogue cameras. I have more, but didn’t take photos of them, but maybe in future you will get to see the remaining ones as well. The cameras I present to you today are Agfa Silette, Canon A-1 and Smena Simbol. Enjoy
Not many people still shoot film nowadays. No wonder… It’s expensive and we all know that price plays huge role in our ability of maintaining our hobbies. Recently price of a single roll of film went up due to some producers leaving the market and others explaining the production costs went up as well. ButContinue reading “Time for analogue shots”