Stockholm archipelago by Amanda Gylling. Amanda’s sister portrayed on the beautiful granite cliffs near the family’s summer house. “The cliffs out there are amazing. I usually run around barefoot. When I eventually look up, I have come a long way from where I started without noticing” – Amanda
This motif was shot on film, therefore grain is present. Grain lies in the nature of film photography. It’s an element of the photograph, contributing to the feeling the photographer sought to create by choosing to shoot analogue.
Amanda Gylling is a Stockholm-based photographer who describes her style as playful and personal. Read more about Amanda here.
Photo art in black and white, landscape orientation.
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