In celebration of World Photography Day, let's explore the fascinating world of the intarwebs and check out other cool folks (like us), who have been bitten by the film photography bug. From amateurs to professionals, let's explore, enjoy and be inspired by these film photo blogs from all over the world.
Your Evil Twin: http://youreviltwindiary.tumblr.com/
A photo diary of film photography enthusiasts/fashion photographers – and twins (!) Tracianne and Trasienne Estrada from the Philippines. This interesting photoblog explores the various exploits of the globetrotting duo who post photographs of their many travels abroad, their self portraits, and some published samples as they also work as freelance photographers for local fashion (even men’s) magazines – all using Polaroids and film cameras. Sweet eh?
I Still Shoot Film: www.istillshootfilm.com
City girl Rachel Pearl is a well-traveled Washington DC native who has been to places like Paris, Amsterdam, London, Poland, Prague, South Africa, Israel and various US states. Aside from taking on dance and theater teaching jobs, Rachel still makes time to pursue her passions – writing and film photography. This blog serves as her online portfolio of sorts where you can browse her published works among other interesting photographs of everyday life.
For the easily distracted: http://fortheeasilydistracted.blogspot.com/
Now here’s someone that you guys might recognize, Rhianne Moore of Leeds, England is your fellow Lomography.com community member who likes to contributes to the magazine’s sections (like Locations) every now and then. What started out as a welcome “distraction” from her slightly dull day job, her online creative outlet is where she continues to post her lovely photographs taken through her many different analogue cameras.
Fuzzy Eyeballs: http://www.fuzzyeyeballs.com/blog/
A super fun photo blog by Mr. Fuzzy (better known as Andrew in real life or ndroo here at the Lomography community). He’s a Singaporean photography enthusiast and doting daddy who collects cameras of all shapes and forms (especially film cameras) and is not afraid to experiment with his photographs. Check out his growing collection and learn a thing or two through his helpful tips.
Vera Gotseva works in media as an Information Architect, her hobbies include writing poetry in Bulgarian, traveling east, and of course taking lots of photographs – with film! She considers “toy camera photography” similar to poetry…poetry of images to be precise.
Okay now, we’re fully aware that there are still loads of you out there who have awesome photo blogs to share but given that it’d take ages to cram all your (film) photo blogs in just one article, take this opportunity to share your blog links here and who knows, we might be doing a feature on you too soon!
Happy World Photography Day! And continue spreading the Lomo Love!