Bogdan Camenschi is back with his latest series, Picture Yourself, shot with the new Lomochrome Purple 35mm film from Lomography.
“I want to promote greater awareness to alternative, more earth-friendly options for end-of-life rituals that western culture has turned away from in recent times.” // The essay “Death is My Issue” written by musician and actress Chrysta Bell is part of the fifth issue of UNCERTAIN Magazine – ISSUE5
Back in April, SUUNS were touring the Balkans and since there are endless myths around this area, we were curious to find out how was their own experience throughout the journey.
After both Warhaus and J. Bernardt played separately, the Balthazar fever was bound to happen and it took over Control Club for two days. The band delivered a playful and atmospheric show and we were there to capture it and ask a few questions about their new album.
“I missed it – the feeling you get when you finish a roll, you take it to the lab, wait for the scans and get excited to share the result” – Bogdan Camenschi
There’s a certain feeling of familiarity when you see the artists you love performing under the sign of the magazine that brought them to your attention in the first place.
A beautiful spectacle and a nice introduction to an even more spectacular festival – that’s how Pitchfork Avant-Garde unraveled before our eyes
Bogdan Camenschi and Irina Munteanu are film photographers, editors and founders of UNCERTAIN Magazine
Jonathan Bree is a charismatic and mysterious musician from New Zealand and we had the pleasure to meet him, take a few pictures and ask him to clear some things up for us.
A festival like a holiday – that’s the first thing you will hear about Summer Well Festival and you better believe it because they will go all the way to make you feel exactly like that!
Imagine a lineup where most of the bands you love and thought you won’t see any time soon are playing. Well, it’s real, it’s called Best Kept Secret and we documented it.
Caspian Interview: After one of Caspian’s shows, we met and spoke with Jāni Zubkovs about a lot of things, discovered his passion for photography and soon this interview began to take shape.
TOY Interview & Photos: Maxim “Panda” Barron talks about analog photography, Bat for Lashes, white witches and where they usually hang out (we also found out that he likes dancing).
The Underground Youth is a post-punk band currently based in Berlin, known for their raw, darkly psychedelic sound and ridiculously amazing live performances. We were lucky enough to meet the band earlier this month in Bucharest.
Bogdan Camenschi is the co-founder of UNCERTAIN Magazine and these are shots taken around Athens and at a Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds concert