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8 Frames: Ride Along by Daniela Grünwald

Posted by Adam Fuerst on


From my earliest memories I can always recall being captivated by images, regardless of the medium: paintings, drawings, or photographs. An image is powerful because it conveys meaning like a universal language — needing no words, and at times capturing the mundane that goes unseen and unappreciated in our day-to-day lives. As a media designer, I quickly became enthralled in touch-ups and image processing. I would spend all sorts of time editing, trying to make my images look like an authentic Polaroid print. Until one day a friend mentioned that I might just want to try shooting on instant film, and so it began! I love playing with light and shadows, composing, and finding unexpected effects within the medium of...

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8 Frames From Asheville, North Carolina to Nashville, Tennessee

Posted by Adam Fuerst on


One of the things that I love about film is the unpredictability of how it might develop. I have the ability to frame a photograph exactly how I want it, to adjust the light, and press the shutter. After that, it's all out of my hands.  When a photograph develops funky, or doesn't quite come out looking right it's always little heartbreaking.  When a photograph comes out exactly the way you saw it through the view finder or even better, it's an exhilarating moment.  I've gone through a fair amount of instant film this year. Experiencing the highs of beautiful colours and contrast and the lows of broken battery charges and half developed blurs. These specific photographs are from a pack...

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8 Frames From Coney Island

Posted by Adam Fuerst on


I have always admired those who can shoot through a pack of film in a day. Since I can remember I have been the person to save important things, even from a young age. [I would be that 5 year old that just got a book of dinosaur stickers, but instead of sticking them on every surface possible I would keep them in their book to make sure they are used at just the right time someday. If only I would have known that the right time to use them was then, but what do 5 year olds know anyways, right?] Once Polaroid stopped production of their instant film I became a small time film hoarder, stashing everything I had left,...

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