Andrei Nicolescu: “Instant photography is history in the making”

Andrei Nico is a brilliant advertising copywriter and graphic designer currently based in Bucharest, Romania. He’s a firm believer in the power of literature to enrich the mind and delight the imagination, inspire hope and build character. Photography and Andrei have recently joined hands to shine a light on a new medium of expression. Hopefully, it will all work out for the best.

 Interview by Laura Beatrice Herman

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Horia Brebeneanu: “Photography holds an emotional ace card that appeals to us all”

Horia is a long time analogue amateur photographer. One day he found a box type analogue Polaroid at a flea market. The camera was kept on display for some years, while he enhanced his hobby with a theoretic master in photography at UNarte. In 2011 he got the first pack of Impossible Silver Shade film and steadily instant film became the choice for keeping his personal photo journal. In 2012, his work was featured in a group exhibition organized by Impossible Project in NYC.

Interview by Cristina Hiraeth

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Sven Van Driessche: “Making love is also something you do with your eyes and as a photographer”

This Belgian photographer started to work with Instant film after learning Polaroid would cease film production. Inspired by the works of Anton Corbijn, he focused on travels, artistic nudes and portraiture. His work has been widely featured in international photography press and in the POLADARIUM calendar.  www.polagraphy.be

Interview by Laura Beatrice Herman

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