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Thierry Boitier - Mangrove
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
OZA - The oneirism 2
OZA
Film photography
80 x 60 cm
$797
Lucie De Saint - Une main tendue vers toi
Lucie De Saint
Film photography
19 x 19 cm
$339
Pierre Tournier - Sylvie héricher 2
Film photography
30 x 40 cm
$678
Olive Santaoloria - Aspiration
Olive Santaoloria
Film photography
66 x 100 cm
$897
Caroline Gasch - Color gleamin, berlin
Caroline Gasch
Film photography
95 x 126 cm
$2,920
Thierry Boitier - Grosse roche
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
Emilie Moysson - Anima matter 21
Emilie Moysson
Film photography
90 x 60 cm
$1,395
OZA - The dream of a house
OZA
Film photography
80 x 60 cm
$797
Emilie Moysson - Anima matter 16
Emilie Moysson
Film photography
90 x 60 cm
$1,395
Emilie Moysson - Anima matter - 15
Emilie Moysson
Film photography
90 x 60 cm
$1,395
Diane Arbus - Mia Villiers-Farrow on a bed
new
Diane Arbus
Film photography
35 x 35 cm
$15,945
Emilie Moysson - Anima matter - 01
Emilie Moysson
Film photography
120 x 90 cm
$2,292
Erick Derac - Partage d'espaces 13
Erick Derac
Film photography
100 x 125 cm
$3,488
Erick Derac - Contamination manganate de baryum et oxyde  de fer
Erick Derac
Film photography
92 x 75 cm
$2,491
Erick Derac - Dissolution 2
Erick Derac
Film photography
60 x 75 cm
$2,192
Pierre Tournier - Sylvie héricher
Film photography
30 x 40 cm
$678
Erick Derac - Dissolution 6
Erick Derac
Film photography
125 x 100 cm
$3,189
Erick Derac - Dissolution 14
Erick Derac
Film photography
100 x 125 cm
$3,189
Erick Derac - Partage d'espaces 5
Erick Derac
Film photography
100 x 125 cm
$3,189
Erick Derac - Dissolution 4
Erick Derac
Film photography
75 x 60 cm
$2,192
Thierry Boitier - Lonely palm
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
OZA - The past and the future of the place
OZA
Film photography
70 x 50 cm
$598
Pierre Tournier - Sylvie héricher 7
Film photography
30 x 40 cm
$678
Thierry Boitier - Signal to passiflora
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
OZA - Nature or urbanization, who will win?
OZA
Film photography
80 x 60 cm
$797
Thierry Boitier - Frangipani
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
OZA - The building that ate a palm
OZA
Film photography
70 x 50 cm
$598
Thierry Boitier - Forest granit
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
Thierry Boitier - Shell
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
Thierry Boitier - San sebastian
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
Thierry Boitier - Flamboyants
Thierry Boitier
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$698
Christian Clausier - Façade provençale 1
Christian Clausier
Film photography
40 x 60 cm
$847
Christian Clausier - Brûlées sur le bûcher
Christian Clausier
Film photography
75 x 95 cm
$3,488
Chloé Coislier - Paysages psychédéliques 24
Chloé Coislier
Film photography
30 x 40 cm
$249
Ingrid Dorner - Connect02
Ingrid Dorner
Film photography
26 x 34 cm
$897
Franz Alias - L'aronde
Film photography
50 x 70 cm
$797
Ingrid Dorner - Connect01
Ingrid Dorner
Film photography
25 x 34 cm
$897
Juliana Borinski - Between humiliation and happiness C
Juliana Borinski
Film photography
54 x 64 cm
$2,192
Michel MONTEAUX - Usa blues n°3
Michel MONTEAUX
Film photography
29 x 42 cm
$548
Ingrid Dorner - Super8 - boule
Ingrid Dorner
Film photography
37 x 47 cm
$1,196
Franz Alias - Belle-Étoile
Film photography
30 x 40 cm
$249
Ingrid Dorner - Connect03
Ingrid Dorner
Film photography
22 x 35 cm
$897
Jean Turco - Nature morte à la pipe, à la poire  et au poisson en bois des iles
Jean Turco
Film photography
200 x 200 cm
$4,186
Pascal Fauvet - Antinomie
Pascal Fauvet
Film photography
150 x 100 cm
$4,186
Michel MONTEAUX - Instant 19
Michel MONTEAUX
Film photography
41 x 53 cm
$678
Ingrid Dorner - Signal
Ingrid Dorner
Film photography
23 x 36 cm
$897
Emmanuel Laborde - Dancing outline
Film photography
90 x 60 cm
$947
Michel MONTEAUX - Canyon du chelly
Michel MONTEAUX
Film photography
56 x 41 cm
$678
Franz Alias - Amphibolographie n°4 / medium
Film photography
50 x 50 cm
$598
Franz Alias - Amphibolographie n°13 / small
Film photography
30 x 30 cm
$249
Jean Turco - Autres-routes - de Venise à Chamonix - 18 décembre 2020 - numéro : 006
Jean Turco
Film photography
144 x 66 cm
$3,388
Franz Alias - Amphibolographie n°8 / small
Film photography
30 x 30 cm
$249
Jean Turco - Nature morte au buste africain en terre cuite
Jean Turco
Film photography
115 x 115 cm
$3,189
Leroyphoto - Souffle de l'éléphant. Kenya
Film photography
60 x 50 cm
$299
Michel MONTEAUX - Instant 59
Michel MONTEAUX
Film photography
41 x 53 cm
$678
Juliana Borinski - Series from the color dark room VIII
Juliana Borinski
Film photography
76 x 104 cm
$8,969
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The ancestor of digital photography! Of course, you've heard of film, negatives, dark rooms, etc. KAZoART wants to prove that analog photography is not an outdated technique. It still appeals to both young and experienced artists. So, don't wait any longer to take a look at our selection of film photography.

Famous film photographers

All the photographers of the 19th and early 20th centuries inevitably had to use film photography: Lewis Carroll (Portrait of Alice Liddell), Robert Doisneau (Le baiser de l’Hôtel de ville), Helmut Newton (Women in black and white), Henri Cartier-Bresson (Belgium. Brussels. 1932.), etc. 

Of course, the technique has progressed and improved over time, but gradually become less popular in favor of digital photography, although many photographers are still attached to it for the quality of the grain and its authenticity.

Film photography techniques

Film photographs result from a photochemical reaction. The film consists of a carrier foil, usually plastic, which is covered with silver halide crystals. The layer of silver halide crystals reacts when in contact with light to produce the image. Depending on the grain of the film, the result may vary in terms of brightness and contrast.

This technique is adored by many for being "old school", although it is a long-winded and expensive process. Long-winded, because the photographs must be developed in a laboratory. Expensive because one must buy a new film once the old one is full, unlike digital photography where a memory card can simply be emptied onto a computer, and reused. 

However, the resulting developed photos are unique, which is well worth the few extra tasks that film photography entails. In fact, for most film photography fanatics these extra steps involved in developing photos become an enjoyable part of the process.

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