call for photographers - no competition - new online analogue photography website
Hey fellow photographers...
we're running an analogue photography website - www.onemonthoneroll.com - and looking to get some hype and new photographers. here's some info:
onemonthoneroll.com was founded in July 2010 as a place where amateur and professional photographers could retreat from the digital din, and embrace their inner analogue.
The premise is simple: shoot a roll of film one month, and post the results the next.
If digital was a revolution, then a return to analogue is the response. onemonthoneroll.com encourages analogue reactionaries to reclaim value in photography and reject digital excess – one roll at a time.
We're looking for new photographers - if you're interested, apply here:
Mat and James
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Mat and James - link doesn't work. See message attached.
Go to the front page:
And click "Apply"
Heh. I shoot about 5-8 rolls a month.
I love the smell of fixer in the morning...It smells like...PHOTOGRAPHY!
The photo blog has moved...
I Love Film
: by Susan McNutt, the mad photographer
yeah, the site had a makeover - hit this:
or do what rich says.
mat and james
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You have no pinhole section
Originally Posted by SMBooth
Boots, your pinhole pix have the sublime compositional — and especially, aesthetic qualities of an astigmatic Hasselblad: load up a roll of 120/220, shoot the pinhole and cause a stir. 99.90% chance they'll look better than ... an astigmatic Hasselblad.
Mat and James, how long does acceptance of registration take? Submitted mine last night....
A roll a month and posting the results sounds to much like a digital work flow. So you either got to print a whole mess of pictures and then scan them, or you got to scan a whole mess of negatives. Sounds quantity driven, IMHO.
Hey Rich - Mat 'the fixer' is beavering away with a bunch of applications. Hopefully soon...