UK Portrait photographer Anton has been working on a series of films about film photography. In his first film he talks to film fanatic Lomokev about his work. Watch it in full after the jump.
Anton is the founder of Lots of Little Ideas and a portrait photographer who is passionate about film photography. He has been working on a series of films called “Analogue Tribes,” which is about photographers that still use film in a predominantly digital age.
In his first film Anton talks to one of our most dedicated Lomography fans Kevin Meredith (AKALomokev) about his montage portraits.
Watch the film and be inspired to shoot with film!
This short film was also featured in this month’s Quarterly Magazine. Have a look by following this link.
Check out more about Anton and his work here or follow him on Twitter.
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