A self-confessed lover of the sea, stars, and light, this week’s featured artist is the talented Snjezana Josipovic from Zagreb, Croatia. Shooting with her beloved Hasselblad and favourite Kodak Portra films, she consistently dazzles us with her impressive collection of female portraits. Always inventive and dripping with emotion in every shot, we wholeheartedly invite you to explore her amazing galleries.
“I see my photography as a reflection of my perception of the world. I am not trying to send any messages, I’m just trying to demystify the world that surrounds me by peeling away the layers of illusion. This is a never-ending process, I guess, but it is almost like watching a movie where you are the only actor and are in every scene, but you are not aware of it until it ends.”
Asked why she prefers analog photography, she says:
“I love the process, the physics, the chemistry. Before it all gets digitized and scanned, it collects “scars” from the chemicals and dust from the scanner. In the end, that photo really isn’t just photo I took but it’s also an image of everything that film went through, and I love that.”
On the element of shooting film that excites her most, Snjezana shares:
“I love how the whole world changes when I look through my Hasselblad.”
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