Film Photographer Profile – Markus Andersen




“Belly of the Beast” Profile of Film Photographer Markus Andersen – Short film by Rob Norton

Markus Andersen doggedly pursues not merely cool images but great images. Sydney, Australia is his canvas – he calls it the belly of the beast. His art practice encompasses documentary, street and conceptual bodies of work using analogue 35mm, 120 film and the iPhone as his capture mediums.This video shows the thinking behind the artist’s work, which has been exhibited in New York, Paris, Istanbul, Toronto, Sydney and the United Kingdom.
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  1. Such good editing. Two critiques though, in my opinion, take it or leave it: the light leaks effects when you're showing photos are somewhat distracting, and there's a bit too many extreme macro shots or dials, but this is just me being extremely nitpicky and it's fine. Cheers, great vid!

  2. I shoot film and digital. I love digital but I love film more. The cool thing about film is that I will always have my negatives. With digital, you never know when your hard drive will decide to not let you see your pictures anymore. LOL!

  3. I believe that there's a lot of hipericonism on his work. Cartier-Bresson, Meyerowitz, etc had a lot of retoric and meaning constructed by a lot of theory underneath. Sadly, film photography is becoming art just because of his expressión (the film) and not of his content (the meaning on the picture).

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