Analogue photography enthusiast Peter de Graaff made sure that his remaining Kodak Aerochrome film was put to good use. The stunning quality of the images are a reminder that film never left the front lines of photography. More of his amazing work after the cut.
It’s sad news that the Kodak Aerochrome got discontinued as a result of the company’s failing finances. Film photographers all over the world felt the setback caused by the company’s closing. It’s a good thing that they left great memories on prints that are still a sight to behold up to now.
Peter de Graaff’s wonderful landscape photography of the different sights of Utah showcase the amazing mix of natural beauty and film’s irreplaceable qualities. The photographs feature the rich tones of purple deeply brushed into the subjects that give them that unique look and richness. De Graaff wanders the world with his film cameras in search of other unique finds and transform them into beautiful imagery with the click of the shutter button.
Lomography gives new life to the royal colors of purple with the LomoChrome Purple XR films. It’s a loving development in film that uses quality craftsmanship that gives photographs eye-popping color and tones that photos shot with color filters just can’t match.
You can see and follow his works on his website.