Chisinau, Moldova-native fine art and portrait film photographer Levinta Eugeniu takes a wide range of photographs of people, landscape, and other random snapshots, among others. But in this feature, we’ll look at some of his beautiful, double exposure portraits.
Now based in Seattle, Eugeniu was self-taught, and began his work in film photography back in April 2011 “when i sold all my digital equipment after 11 weeks of use and decide to move forward to big and bulky manual cameras loaded with film,” he wrote on his Flickr profile. Eugeniu was shortlisted in the Google Photography Prize.
In his arsenal are 6×9, 6×4, medium format, and 35mm cameras, as well as an assortment of film including Neopans, Ektachrome, TriX, and other “unknown expired film.” On his website, Eugeniu said that that film “is a very special choice for me,” and sees it as a game in a casino [where] you can win big or lose it all.”