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Today’s film photography feature is a beautiful summer portrait series from Bertie Taylor. Bertie’s images read like poetry with their soft summer colors and interesting use of composition. Here is a bit more from Bertie about creating this series…
This series explores the feelings of disconnection and alienation within the throes of Summer. The majority of these were taken last summer. I came back from some travels and didn’t really know where I was heading generally. Whilst almost a state of inertia, I was introduced to shooting on film. I was instantly addicted and it became my main focus during this time and Shades of Summer was the result. I was given a Mamiya RZ67 by my father and started experimenting with shooting on expired film, getting my film developed in the only decent place in my town, Colour Stream in Brighton.
Analog cameras and films used: Mamiya RZ67 (Find at KEH Camera or on eBay) | Expired Film (Find on eBay)