While other photographers strive to produce soft-toned photos for that dreamy, eerie effect, photographer Andrea Buia does it all using his film cameras and a unique aesthetic. (Some images are NSFW.)
In a world of post processing, it’s rare to see photographs that stand out without a little tweak here or there. Italy-based based photographer Andrea Buia is an exception because he does all the work in-camera.
Exploring the different sides and representations of the female form, self-taught photographer Andrea Buia creates images that are beautiful yet surreal. Buia’s work is reminiscent of David Hamilton’s wispy photographs from the 1970’s or Sally Mann’s black and white portraits.
The photographer plays around with different film, setting and lighting combinations which often render an ethereal quality to his photos. Buia creates images by paying attention to exposure, aesthetics and other factors instead of just taking snapping away. Each photograph is meant to communicate with the audience by means of moods and emotions.
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