Kosmo Foto’s kicked off a new series called Kosmonauts, sharing pics from photographers who have been shooting with Kosmo Foto Mono.
Here’s Andrea Ingram, who’s based in the Outer Hebrides, off Scotland’s west coast.
Where are you from?
Born in Bath Spa, Somerset. Live in Outer Hebrides.
How long have you been shooting film?
I’ve been shooting film for a very long time – not really shot anything else apart from some glass plates and paper.
What cameras do you shoot on?
I shoot whatever camera comes to hand. At the moment, the Olympus OM-1N is a fave but I do use a Petri 7s, Zorki 6, Pentax P30 and some more I have lurking about.
What other films do you like using?
Other films I use regularly are Fomapan 200 and 400, OrwoN74 plus Polypan-F, of which I have a fair bit left.
Would you recommend Kosmo Foto Mono?
Love Kosmo Foto Mono. Anything that brings more film users into the fray is fine by me.
What other films would you like to see on the market?
As for other films; I’ll use whatever you bring to the table.
Check out the first Kosmonaut, Phil Harrison.
You can see more of Andrea’s photos on her blog.
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