Photography

Free Quick Analog Photography Guide

Discover the best settings and tips for analog photography in this guide created by photographer Maria Louceiro

Analog photography offers a myriad of creative opportunities for those who want to experiment with new forms of expression. Using the unique features of an analog camera, it is possible to capture colors and magical effects to bring unique and fantastic atmospheres to life.

The Portuguese photographer and art director, Maria Louceiro (@marialouceiro), is an expert on the subject and in her portfolio are projects for major brands such as Mercedes-Benz, MTV, VICE, Coachella Festival, among others.

Maria Louceiro (@marialouceiro) specializes in analog photography

To teach you how to configure the best settings for analog cameras, Maria shares a guide with practical and efficient tips, as well as visual examples.

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Learn how to operate an analog camera and the types of films to use

With this quick guide, you will be able to understand how to operate an analog camera, the types of films you should use, exposure settings, framing, speed and more.

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Preview of the 24 pages PDF

By clicking on the button below, a file in .pdf format will appear in the Downloads folder of your computer, with the Quick Analog Photography Guide, by Maria Louceiro.

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This download will only be available until April 24, 2021. If you want to access the material after that date, you can sign up to the course Analog Portrait Photography: Creating Unique Atmospheres.

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