It’s Personal: The Analogue Photography of Ania Margoszczyn
Ania Margoszczyn is a photographer based in Gdańsk, Poland. By day she shoots weddings with a digital DLSR, but she captures her personal life in film. We chatted with her about the imperfections + waiting that come with shooting 24 or 36 exposures at a time.
what film do you use?
Right now I use Fujicolor c200, I’m quite happy with it, but I must admit I don’t pay that much attention to the films I use. I’ve tried more professional ones, but always went back to the cheaper ones – especially when I travel and take lots of analogue pictures.
what cameras do you use?
I use Nikon FE2, almost always with a 28mm lens.
why shoot film?
There is something special about film, I can’t explain it. I shoot a lot of digital nowadays, for my professional work, but my personal photos have to be analogue, they have a different feeling and I love their imperfections and the whole process around them – waiting, developing, scanning the films.