35mm film photography by Thomas Christian DeJosia

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These photos were shot on 35mm film photography shot on multiple cameras -- Canon AE 1, Minolta X 700, Olympus Trip 35, and Pentax Spotmatic throughout 2016 and 2017. This is an experimentation on street photography, nature photography, and landscape photography. I shot these photos in New York City, Long Island, Westchester New York, Scranton Pennsylvania, and San Francisco Bay Area. These photos can be seen on my cinematic photography website: http://streetinfluenced.com where I explore photography essays and other visual stories.

Cinematography, filmmaking, and narrative storytelling has always been a part of my photography perspective. These photos are a case study in analogue photography. Mainly the Film Is Not Dead movement that has been growing on Instagram.

What I love about film photography is the quality of images that come out of these vintage cameras. It's artistic and reminds of Fine Art. Although, I do enjoy digital photography, there's something about film photography that truly captures the moment.

Most of these photos were shot on Kodak 400 color ultramax film. Although I also experimented with Kodak Tmax 400 and Ilford hp5 plus 400 film.

Lenses used were 50mm and 28mm.

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