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Today, we’re featuring film photography capturing the color and vibrancy of Morocco, photographed by the ultra talented Julie Guertin. Here are a few words from Julie about her travels:
Last August, I had the opportunity to spend a week in Morocco, country of contrast and colours. We visited Marrakech, Essaouira and spent a few hours in Casablanca. For this trip I had one goal in mind. I didn’t want to just document my trip. I wanted to create images that I can feel.
Shot with a variety of analog cameras and film: Pentax 645n, Nikon F100, Holga, Halina Paulette (bought in a souk in Marrakech) | Portra 400, Portra 800, Ektar , Kodak ColorPlus 200 | Developed by theFINDlab
Connect with Julie: Website | Instagram
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