In our ongoing interview series “5 questions on analogue photography with…” we send the same sets of questions to different photographers. This time Tina Sosna gave us an insight in her world. Her works reflect feelings and passion – two things inevitably connected with photography. Take a look at the magical gallery, she put together.
Name: Tina Sosna
1. Tell us something about yourself in three sentences maximum.
I love to live between a forest, music and books, capturing emotions in my works and enjoying all of this with my lovelies.
2. Why do you still shoot analogue?
I love the grain and small details in an analogue photography. It seems secrets lie beneath it. Every subject is chosen carefully. Different to digital photography, analogue photography lives of warm showers, floating across a piece of paper, red flashes created accidentally and wonderful colors, which awake memories.
3. What photographic equipment (cameras, films, and accessories) do you usually have in your bag?
My Zenit-b, AE-1 or 1000f and I love to take Fuji Superia 200 with me.
4. Share a trick of yours that will always result to a great photo.
There’s no real trick. But when I take a walk through a forest, imagine sceneries or if the forest represents an imortant part of the image, it conveys a magical feeling.
5. What photographers influence your work?
I always discover new talents on flickr, displaying their feeling for wonderful art exceptional. They don’t directly my artwork, as music or certain emotions do, though reinforcing me to do what I do. They give me strength. Just a few: Laura Makabresku, Amanda Pulley, Sveta Gracheva, Anna Gawlak und Parker Fitzgerald
Thanks Tina for taking the time to answer our questions and sharing your photographs with us. If you want to see more of Tina’s works, take a look at Tina’s Blog, her Flickr Stream or like her on Facebook.