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Jim Rosemberg  Photographer . Director . Songwriter @ Balinger Paris / 🇫🇷 Inquieries : jimrosemberg@gmail.com

http://www.jimrosemberg.com/

This weekend I shot the incredible @michaeladeprince . Here is a preview, shot on digital, before I get my scans back from the lab!

Marrakech la belle .

Presque dans la lumière .

En construction .

La belle @chloebechini pour @batiste_fr

@gaiaweiss from my series Substance and Memories.
I started this series of images back in 2014 using Fuji FP3000B, my favorite type of instant film ever made​. I was interested in experimenting with the process, playing with exposure and adding texture through altering the mediums surface.

The idea was to bring texture back into photography, to celebrate imperfections like that which can been seen in examples of nineteenth century photographic printing.

I asked every subject I photographed to place their palms, fingers whatever they chose, onto the negative whilst it was still wet, in order to mark it, to alter it, to create a singular and unique image. Each image holds the physical markings of every individual photographed.

I started this series of images back in 2014 using Fuji FP3000B, my favorite type of instant film ever made​. I was interested in experimenting with the process, playing with exposure and adding texture through altering the mediums surface.

The idea was to bring texture back into photography, to celebrate imperfections like that which can been seen in examples of nineteenth century photographic printing.

I asked every subject I photographed to place their palms, fingers whatever they chose, onto the negative whilst it was still wet, in order to mark it, to alter it, to create a singular and unique image. Each image holds the physical markings of every individual photographed.

I started this series of images back in 2014 using Fuji FP3000B, my favorite type of instant film ever made​. I was interested in experimenting with the process, playing with exposure and adding texture through altering the mediums surface.

The idea was to bring texture back into photography, to celebrate imperfections like that which can been seen in examples of nineteenth century photographic printing.

I asked every subject I photographed to place their palms, fingers whatever they chose, onto the negative whilst it was still wet, in order to mark it, to alter it, to create a singular and unique image. Each image holds the physical markings of every individual photographed.

Solange in Marrakech 🌶️

Sara being Sara .

Christelle . Marseille 2016 .

Missing summer days . 🌻

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