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Wales is such a stunning country, filled with endless amounts of beauty and mystery. Today, we’re featuring a travel session from London based film photographer Dmitry Serostanov of Snowdonia, Wales. Dmitry was able to bring this magical countryside alive through his film images. Here are a few words from Dmitry about his journey working with film…
I started my photography journey back in 2011, and, approximately two years later, got myself involved in film photography because I loved the look and the process. These days, my works are mostly personal projects with occasional commercial assignments. I shoot tests for modelling agencies, portraits, and look books. Whether I photograph people or landscapes, I always try to achieve a dreamy and quiet atmosphere in my frame. And this is where film helps a lot. My favorite stocks are Kodak Tri-X for BW and Kodak Portra 400 for color. As for the cameras, I’ve tried different kinds of tools including the Canon A-1 and the Pentax 645, but my favorite one is definitely the Pentax 67.
Analog cameras and films used: Pentax 645 (Find at KEH Camera or eBay) | Kodak Portra 400 (Find on Amazon)
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