Analogue Tribes Fragmented Portraits Documentary

Photographer Anton and founder of Lots of Little Ideas has been working on a series films titled ‘Analogue Tribes’ about photographers that still use film in a predominately digital age. Today he released the First Analogue Tribes film featuring me talking about my montage portraits. Last year we met up in East London and he documented me as I shot montage portraits of some hip East London cats. After a little wonder we went to the basement of the East London Lomography store where we had a little chat about my use of film.

Check out the Analogue Tribes website and Follow @photoanton on Twitter to find out when the other films are released. You can see the portraits I shot during our little wonder below. I’m taking commissions for shooting montage portraits as family portraits which you can find out more about in this blog post.

East London Montage Portrait

London – October 2013

East London Montage Portrait

London – October 2013

East London Montage Portrait

London – October 2013

East London Montage Portrait

London – October 2013

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2 Responses to Analogue Tribes Fragmented Portraits Documentary

  1. Bertha says:

    Awesome short! Where did you get the ruler to use?

    • lomokev says:

      Believe it or not the one in the video is a friends business card, a very expensive business card (each one cost him €8). I have others that don’t have the same build quality. I use it to measure the minimum focus distance of my Lomo LCA which is 80cm, so it’s really important to that I have a ruler with 20cm segments because a ruler with 30mc segments won’t fold out to 80cm. Most of folding rulers I see have 30cm segments.

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