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Anatomy Films

About Anatomy Films

About Anatomy Films is strictly a analog photography site. We also love Polaroid and Instax cameras, and enthusiastically promote Instant cameras and work, too. Everyday, more and more film photographers are joining the ranks, working along side of their digital brethren. Sometimes combining both. Or working with a hybrid workflow. Our only criteria is analog images. With the recent  rising prices on analog equipment, better film scanners, Polaroid type films and a return to film and darkroom for some, their seems to be room for all. We encourage all imaging, however produced,…but insist it be analog for submission. Removing dust or slight levels adjustments are fine. Otherwise, keeping it real and raw is our impetus. Genres, formats and analog cameras used are open. But as a general rule, we do not accept Photo Shopped images.  There are numerous places on the web that both accept and promote such images. And while film may not be used by most, we do still love the images produced by a simple analog dinosaur.

 

 

About Anatomy Films

Nikon F5 with 50mm and Kodak Tri-X………………………………………Rollei 6006 with 80mm Zeiss and Kodak Portra. (desaturated)

 

Photographers Wanted

We showcase the work of  unknowns from around the world, as well as known photographers, past and present. Photographers who are exploring new bounds with 35mm, medium format, large format, instant films and alternative/antique equipment.  We also encourage both writings and  opinion pieces about all analog cameras and all lenses. Artists with a statement to make are revered in our little universe. We welcome your contributions and any suggestions to make the site better. Submit images in JPG format to ‘Submissions’. You may upload up to 8 images. Camera(s) used, lenses used, year of birth and other meanderings to enable us to hobble together a short story. Written articles on equipment, (guest bloggers), are very welcome.

And that’s About Anatomy Films. I hope everyone enjoys our editing choices, and finds inspiration. Visit and follow us on Instagram.

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Top Image: Nikon F5, 50mm F/1.4 lens and Kodak Tri-X 400

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