79 talented photographers, 170 photographs, one exhibition. Negative Feedback is teaming up with photo printing company, The Print Space, to bring you their first ever exhibition. Featuring the work of the film photography community, the show is a display of local talents from all over the UK.
If you’re still not familiar with Negative Feedback (we suggest you follow their work now), then you’re seriously missing out. They are a film collective composed of young, talented photographers that keep the analogue spirit alive. Negative Feedback is probably best known for their weekly videos on YouTube wherein they show different ways on how to shoot with film, camera and film reviews, events, and everything else related to film photography. The collective is led by George Muncey, a super creative fellow who managed to build the name Negative Feedback from the ground up in just a little over two years’ time. Now, that’s passion.
Negative Feedback’s exhibit will open its doors to the public this from September 1 to the 14th at The Print Space, 74 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DL. George also recently closed his first solo show featuring 17 large format photographs, ‘Doughnut City’ at The Print Space just last June.