Olivia Mróz

With galleries filled with highly provocative and visually brave imagery, today we are delighted to feature the works of Olivia Mróz from Melbourne, Australia! Shooting primarily with 35mm films and choosing to deal with diverse themes such as identity, memories, anxiety, and sexuality, she consistently produces some of the most refreshingly bold and striking images…

Green Eyes

Quiet and composed, today we feature a wonderfully captivating picture set by our great friend and wonderful artist Siegrid Cain. Be mesmerized as she skillfully weaves a heartfelt and intimate tale of two lovers through a mix of Kodak Portra 400 and Ilford HP5 films. Siegrid Cain is a lifestyle photographer based in Austria with…

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Whattaroll Magazine Issue3 Motion

In this third volume, we wanted to demystify the myth of static photography with a theme focused on movement, and the brilliant submissions from all over the globe will show you the nuances of how we all perceived it. We count as well with the collaboration of numerous talented artists such as Mark Ivkovic, Mary…

Hodaka Yamamoto

Known for his signature style of sublime and otherworldly photographs, today’s analog masterpieces come from community favorite Hodaka Yamamoto from Gifu, Japan! Known more popularly as the mighty “Hodachrome,” he shares with us one of his trademark multiple exposure albums which has become synonymous to his name. Shot effortlessly with a Lomo LC-A+ and a…

Rui

With a fantastic mix of playful portraiture and moments of surrealism, our featured artist this week is the beautiful and talented Rui from Taipei, Taiwan! Choosing to shoot mostly with 35mm films and arming herself with her trusty Ricoh GR1 camera, she documents everyday stories and her ever so vibrant dreams with skilful precision. With…

Bastian Kalous

Effortlessly capturing the magic and mesmerizing draw of the wilderness, today’s special album comes from the very capable hands of Bastian Kalous of Freyung, Germany. Taken on a routine walk into the woods around his neighborhood, he gives us an insightful glimpse into the wild, natural world with his wonderful compositions. In a society which…

Nóra Barabás

With photographs that are both surreal and insightful in nature, our featured artist this week is the wonderful Nóra Barabás of Hungary. Playing out as a mixture of deeply personal memories and emotions and shot primarily on black and white film, her galleries are littered with visually abstract and beautifully introspective images. Honest and assured…

Qrro

Taken during a trip to visit his girlfriend in the United States, today’s featured shots come from the talented Qrro from Lima, Perú! Skillfully shot with a Hasselblad 501CM camera and a roll of Kodak Aerochrome film, he delivers us a stunningly beautiful portrait album. Visually striking and rich in color, this is simply extraordinary…

Motion

When photographing motion, we partly anticipate what is going to happen through our cameras. We look through the viewfinder, but what we see is a figment of our imagination – a perception of a moment that has not yet happened. Press the shutter and the magic of the moment is captured, our artistic vision made…

Hana Haley

To describe the work of our featured artist simply as “vintage” and “dream-like” is to totally overlook the indescribable charm and personality that each of her photographs embodies. Hazy sunlit scenes blend softly with strikingly bold and beautifully styled female characters. Seemingly torn from the pages of a long lost photo album, her images are…