James Attree On Film Architecture Photography

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All images by James Attree. Used with permission. This post is being done in collaboration with the sub-Reddit R/Analog.

“Indeed a few months ago I sold a PhaseOne medium format digital back to fund the purchase of a top end Nikon film scanner.” says photographer James Attree to us in his pitch email. James is a London based architectural photographer and has been since 1987. In fact, he studied Architecture at South Bank University.

There is something else that’s also very dear to James–and that’s analog photography. He created his first dark room in his parent’s attic in 1971. The skills he learned here would go onto his teaching Photoshop in 1993.

While James’s commercial work is done digitally, his personal work is done with film. And wow, will it drop your jaw.

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