Filmneverdie Shooters - An interview with Lucas Tarrant

So, where do you come from & what do you do for a living?

I was born and raised in Adelaide, Australia. I work for a major bank
and I am in my final year of my Masters of Media Studies & Communication
at Monash University.

How old are you?


How did you become inspired to shoot on film?

When I live in Seoul, Korea a lot of my friends began to shoot film and
I soon followed suit.

What format do you shoot? 35mm, Polaroid, 8 x 10 etc

I shoot 135mm and 120mm on occasion

Why do you like this format?

I prefer 35mm over others due to the easy accessibility of a variety of
film and the affordability of development.

Where do you see the future of analogue photography?

I don’t believe that we will ever see large-scale production of film
again, but rather, I envision that there will be more small-scale
producers who focus on a niche markets much like impossible Project and
Cinestill. Furthermore, I think standard films such as 400 speed films
will continue to remain steady while others will become discontinued and
picked up by these niche companies.

What is a dream project that you want to work on?

Pretty much anything to do with travel and social initiatives through
organisations like Nat Geo and Photographers Without Borders.

Where can we find out more about your work?

 (@wwwolve) and I’m currently in the
process of completing my website (still under construction as we wrote).

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