Dora Kontha

Taken on a trip to the beautiful island of Iceland, this week’s remarkable album comes from the wonderful Dora Kontha! Using a Canon SLR and a roll of Kodak film, she takes us through a magnificent journey around the breathtaking and sometimes martian-esque terrain that the island nation is best known for. Travelers visiting Iceland…

Photography by Andrej Russkovskij

Andrej Russkovskij

Known for his incredibly striking portraits, today’s special roll comes from the hands of our great friend and artist, the talented Andrej Russkovskij! Highly influenced and inspired by the style icons of the sixties and seventies, he skillfully captures his muse with remarkable grace and lightness. We caught up with the man himself and asked…

Photography by Matthew Davidson

Matthew Davidson

Visually striking and highly experimental in execution, today’s remarkable album comes from the surrealistic mind of Matthew Davidson! Taken with a Zeiss Ikon Nettar camera on Lomography Redscale 100 film, he renders the streets of London in a beautiful array of abstract shapes and forms. “This roll is one from February this year, I was…

Photograph by Jannik Hanne

Jannik Hanne

Here at Whattaroll, we always try our best to give new artists a platform to showcase their work, so today we are happy to feature the roll of talented Jannik Hanne from Würzburg, Germany! Using a Hasselblad 500 C/M camera and a roll of Fuji Provia 100F slide film, he delivers a wonderfully self-assured portrait…

Max Glatzhofer

Max Glatzhofer

Choosing to challenge the ideas of traditional portraiture and explore the human body in motion, today’s featured album comes from the creative mind of Max Glatzhofer! Taken using a Mamiya RZ67 camera and some Fuji Superia Reala 100 film, he utilized long exposures to capture his subjects in beautifully-rendered color trails and astonishing shape-shifting forms.…

2 Brides Photography

Known as one half of the amazing 2 Brides Photography team, today’s featured album comes courtesy of Stockholm-based photographer Isabelle Hesselberg! Using a Contax 645 camera and a roll of Kodak Portra 400 film, she captured the beautiful Italian village of Positano with an elegant mix of wonder and exploration. “I was there to shoot…