Previously, we featured a few photographers whose images appear like scenes out of a movie. In this second installment, we are featuring more artists whose images captivate the imagination, and narrate stories on their own.
When she's not in the lab working as a scientist, English photographer Maya Beano records her travels on film. Her photographs express an ethereal mood — one that is tinted in varying shades of pinks and purples. On her Instagram, she is often asked about her technique or the kind of film that she uses. While she kindly reveals her secrets, it's undeniable that her eye holds the magic. See Maya Beano's dreamy photos taken with LomoChrome Purple.
Berlin-based photographer Glashier is also a music video director, so it's no wonder that his photos are often called cinematic. This inspired him to create the series, “Films I Never Made.” When taking photos, he seeks shapes and little pools of light to frame his subject. Check out our feature about Glashier and have a peep at his cinematic frames.
English photographer Toby Harvard keeps it simple. Even with his minimal technical knowledge, he manages to capture the mystery of the scene, whether it's during cloudy daytime or neon-lit nighttime.
The clean, minimalist aesthetic of Japanese photographer Mini Yamaguchi reminds us of coming-of-age films. With a medium-format camera, she captures the innocence of youth and the concept of ”mono no aware” or the beauty of impermanence. Read more about Mini Yamaguchi in our interview.
One look at German-French photographer Matthieu Bühler's images and you can't help but be reminded of films such as Drive or Blade Runner 2049. He considers this as a compliment.
The dark, melancholic atmosphere of film noir and cyberpunk is what I want to project in my photographs.
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