All or nothing every single time: Light painting and forgotten technic bromoil by Emil Schildt
Portrait of Emil Schildt, an analog photographer, who uses long exposure light painting and develops photos in unique and forgotten technic bromoil.
The Bromoil Process was an early photographic process that was very popular with the Pictorialists during the first half of the twentieth century. The soft, paint-like qualities of the prints are very typical for this genre, and have recently led to some art photographers using the process again. (wikipedia)
Text and video via Magdalena Wyszynska | School project Medieskolerne Viborg