Cory Whitfield is a film photographer from Canada. There is no ulterior motive or modus operandi, he shoots photos that he finds interesting and that is all.
Dominik Schabel captures “the moment when the subject is at ease and everything you see is the reflection of his/her character”
“This series is about spending a night or two in a hotel to get away from the things that take the air out of us.” – Justin Pavlecka
“Like ourselves, who require each other, there are places that require other places to exist” – João Tamura, photographer and musician from Lisboa, Portugal
For his latest series, film photographer Roeg Cohen teams up with artist, clothing curator, model and writer Sebastian Rosemarie
“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
The series titled “Open Your Eyes” is a story by Italian film photographer Lulù Withheld about finding inspiration and making art
“Using thirty-five-millimetre photography and scans from archival microfilm, the work aims to challenge the established media narrative that surrounds Ely and Caerau” – Daniel Gonzalez
Tomasz Załęski is an instant film photographer born in Poland. He likes the avant-garde and the horror, the creative and the unconventional, the industrial and surrealism.
The series “Book of Riddles” shot by film photographer Ethan Covey with model Tanner tells the story of a rock star lounging in the cold light of an empty stone mansion
Pablo Giori is a self-taught photographer who works with experimental analog photography, focusing on the technique of double exposure and film swaps.
The title of this series “Enivrez-vous!” is a reference to Charles Baudelaire’s poem of the same name, exhorting us to be “drunk” on those the we like, “on wine, poetry, virtue, whatever”
The series titled “Red Rooftop” was shot in Rome by film photographer Daniele Orazi with model Elisa Ceccarelli
Photography became Klim Bogdanov’s obsession, helping him overcome depression and regaining his interest in new places, stuff around him and loved ones
“What if your obituary, besides containing the perfunctory biopic jargon, was instead a grouping of photos of you in your early 20s, poised, semi-vulnerable, an intimate gaze extending a sense of readiness above all?” – James de Leon
“In a world of screens, high technology, busy and fast life, I feel the need of slowing down the time and going back to analog photography” – Solène Milcent
Romanian photographer Mircea Albuțiu is back on UNCERTAIN Magazine with his latest series titled “Two Stops to Osaka” documenting his trip to Japan
Carianne Older is back on Uncertain Magazine with her latest series titled “White Lies”, shot with model Toby Taylor
Anna Butenina is a photographer currently based in Warsaw. “How the Artist becomes Art” is a story shot with Julia Borowiecka about Jean Michael Basquiat and his usual day at the studio.
Lauren Woods is an African-American film photographer based out of North Carolina and Hawaii. Her work is characterized by her simplistic storytelling mixed with the art of vulnerability.
Sevina Karageorgou is a young photographer based in Athens, Greece. She loves shooting with her film camera keeping close to nature.
Bran Black is a self taught, queer film photographer based in Portland, using his cameras to capture intimate moments between humans and the environment
Kenneth Mewis is a graphic designer/photographer who was born and raised in Belgium. Despite being from Belgium, his main influences come from the LA culture.
Mike Ioannidis is a photographer from Athens, Greece. He loves bike riding, skateboarding, travelling and analog photography.