Analog Film Photography Association

Analog Film Photography Association AFPA exists to promote art created from film cameras and give artist the opportunity to showcase the Open reception every first Friday and Saturday of the month

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Featuring artworks from our 3rd Annual Analog Film Photography ExhibitArtist: Sara Hollamby  Category: Alternative Proce...

Featuring artworks from our 3rd Annual Analog Film Photography Exhibit

Artist: Sara Hollamby
Category: Alternative Processing

Artist Bio-

Sara Hollamby is the artist, photographer, and creator of Esoteric Photo + Design, a boutique fine art photography studio based in Orlando. For more than 10 years, she has worked to develop and create pristine visual art for evocative thought through her eclectic and experimental style and conceptual practices.

New works shot by James Hand   using Fujifilm 400 pro H If you want your work to be featured on our handle Email us at a...

New works shot by James Hand using Fujifilm 400 pro H

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Sneak Preview of our upcoming group exhibit Elevated Artist: Jaime Aelavanthara Featuring Works From;2018-2020Where the ...

Sneak Preview of our upcoming group exhibit 


Artist: Jaime Aelavanthara

Featuring Works From;
Where the Roots Rise

Where the roots rise, in a forest full of ecru bone, the woman of the woods awakes to a world of myth and ruination. Where the roots rise and the sun seeds, decay runs rampant—seasons change. The woman passes through time like mist devolved—nature lies in await to stake its claim.

Where the Roots Rise articulates humankind’s capacity to decay as a marker of our identity. Set in the swamps and woods of Florida, natural places where one encounters life and death, growth and decay, the series chronicles the intimate relationship of a woman and her surrounding nonhuman environment. The woman collects the bones, branches, and flora and treads with the animals, both dead and living. Recognizing the deaths of other creatures, this woman observes in death, she, too, will be repurposed and consumed by the earth. The cyanotype process shifts focus from potentially colorful landscapes and figures to patterns, textures, and the relationships of forms within the images. Tea-staining the prints dulls the blue and adds warmth. Printing on Japanese Kitakata paper, which is prone to ripping, tearing, and wrinkling, reflects the deterioration of nature and gives the prints a feeling of fragility. This work reflects upon the forms, the impermanence, and the interconnectedness of natural life.

From Monochrome: Angst, Ambiance, AbstractionArtist: Cesar Camacho

From Monochrome: Angst, Ambiance, Abstraction

Artist: Cesar Camacho

Street Photography ExhibitOPEN RECEPTION: Jan 5th & 6th / 5-9PM221 E. Colonial DR. Orlando FL 32801Free Giveaway!One ran...

Street Photography Exhibit
OPEN RECEPTION: Jan 5th & 6th / 5-9PM
221 E. Colonial DR. 
Orlando FL 

Free Giveaway!
One random person will receive 10 rolls ILFORD HP
To enter to win simply
1) follow this account  
2) share the post in your story
3) mentioned two film lovers in the comment

This exhibition will have 4 photographers selected by our juror. 2 Color and 2 Black and White. Additional artists will be considered for publication.
The book will be available through Blurb.

$35 per entry (an entry includes up to 10 photos).

We will provide Free printing, Free matting and Free framing for all of our exhibitions.

All work must be available for sale. AFPA will take a 40% commission of any sales. All work must have editions. We will only print one copy of the selected images for the exhibition.
Images will only be used for exhibition, book and promotion only. 
Must include artist bio, statement and CV

How to apply: Send in the entry fee and then send an email to: [email protected]

Copyright: All rights to the photographs remain with the photographer.
Notification: All photographers will be notified 10-12 days after the deadline about juror selections.

Entry Agreement: With the submission of artwork into the “Street Photography” the artist agrees to all the terms and conditions set forth in this prospectus.

Cover artist: Jason Au

We are happy to announce our next show: The Art of Instant Film PhotographyDEADLINE: November 23, 2019OPEN RECEPTION: De...

We are happy to announce our next show: The Art of Instant Film Photography

DEADLINE: November 23, 2019

OPEN RECEPTION: December 6th

The exhibition is open to all photographers world wide, both amateur and professional.

This exhibition will have 100 photographs selected by our juror

All 100 photographs from the show will be included in a book available for purchase on Blurb Books.

Images must be shoot with an instant camera.

For this online exhibition we will not print any of the images without the consent from the artist. Images will only be use for exhibition, book and promotion only.

For more information please contact me or visit our website.

Special thanks to Aggie ._.01 for her beautiful shot Polaroid.

Art works from the Analog Film Photography Exhibition.Works from "Seeing Double" series. Darkroom prints.Artist: Zack Dr...

Art works from the Analog Film Photography Exhibition.

Works from "Seeing Double" series. Darkroom prints.

Artist: Zack Draper ©


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🇺🇦 Not only is this an incredible showcase of photography and historic storytelling. Sales of the polaroids, the raffle, and gofundme setup by Analog Film Photography Association are going to Ukraine Relief.
Opening night for The Polaroids of Veronika Mol starts tonight at 6pm (running one weekly only!) Her story below…
Huge thanks for , , Heidi Kneisl for setting this up, and of course for sharing her experience and artwork with us.
“On February 24th of 2022, I woke up at 5 AM to the sounds of explosions flying over Kyiv. For the first time in my life,I felt a real fear–an animalistic fear for my life. The first thing we did with my partner was to tape the windows of our apartment. Then I picked up a Polaroid and took a photo. I even scanned it. It was so mechanical, yet I couldn't help it. Within a few hours we left the city on foot, as traffic jams on all exits from Kyiv were heavy, and the city continued to be bombed. I only took the essentials with me, because I wasn’t able to take everything.

A Polaroid camera and a supply of film were among these things. Art has become my salvation. I will not say that it becomes easier for me when I take photos or work with developed film. It does not. Usually, it’s the contrary, I feel very exhausted when I finish work. You can witness different objects in the pictures–but they are all about my own experiences an and living with this excruciating pain.

These Polaroids allow me to speak where my words are lost. I hope they say to you: “Continue to support Ukraine! We are grateful for your help"

Raffle prizes ($5 entry - check our story for the link)
- $25 gift card to Wills/Indies/DL
- Merch Item of choice
- (2) ticket to & 6/22
- Copy of
- 12x18 print of artists work
- (2) disposable Kodak Film Cameras

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