Ana Marta Moreira

(plus an eternal love for 35mm photography)

"Shooting with a LEICA is like a long tender kiss, like firing an automatic pistol, like an hour on the analyist's couch." - Henri Cartier-Bresson

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So...why film if you have digital cameras? Here's why: it makes you choose the right time, the right light and the most right moments to capture for life! 📸

"Analog photography, also known as film photography, is a catch-all term for photography that uses chemical processes to capture an image, typically on paper, film or a hard plate. These analog processes were the only methods available to photographers for more than a century prior to the invention of digital photography, which uses electronic sensors to record images to digital media. In a film camera that uses photographic emulsions, light falling upon silver halides is recorded as a latent image, which is then subjected to photographic processing, making it visible and insensitive to light. Contrary to the belief that digital photography gave a death blow to film, film photography not only survived, but actually expanded across the globe."
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