Name- Arnaud Teicher
Where are you from?- Lyon. Rhône-Alpes, France.
Your equipment- Mamiya M645 (6x4,5) and Ricoh 500G (24X36) with Fuji film, Polaroid SX-70 (instant).
Influences and photographers you like- Stephen Shore, William Eggleston, Joel Sternfeld, Janne Lehtinen, Jeff Brouws, Laura McPhee, Lee Friedlander, Alec Soth...
Tips for new photographers- Follow your instinct and use analog. :)
What's photography for you- For me photography is a way of expression. It is the combination of a subject, a technical and me. Some photographers create images, they make the topics on the staging. On the other side (like me), search in photography a way of capturing the real one time, only when some conditions are met. The light is very important in my practice, as far as the relationship you have with your camera. Finally you need a single shot to capture a moment. Be patient, making tracking and when all conditions are optimal (you have reflected on your frame, you have chosen the best film), now you can press the shutter. The analog photography form you on this practice, as opposed to digital, you cannot be unlimited.
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