Analogue Photography by Heather Boyd
In a world where digital photography is the commonplace format, beautifully done analogue photographs remind us that our artistic visions and imagination are still the most important elements in what we capture with our cameras.
On Shrill Cats this weekend, we present the analogue work of artist Heather Boyd from Portland, Oregon. The handpicked selection from this series communicates a multitude of emotions, which are only heightened by the beautifully authentic but surreal colours throughout. All the effects and colours in these photographs were created in-camera with special film and processing techniques.
The mix of warm, pastel colours perfectly showcases the dream-like quality of the places seen in these photos. Yet, the absence of people within also communicates a bittersweet isolation, a yearning for connection, and an escape from our everyday world.
In addition to photography, Heather is also a talented illustrator. Head on over to her website to see the rest of her work!
- Website: http://www.heatherboyd.net/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadic_memories/
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