Marina Faria’s photography has me craving summer beach days in the worst way…
Lives in: São Sebastião, a small city in the seashore of São Paulo, Brazil.
Shoots with: I mostly use lomography cameras, like the Diana Mini, the Fisheye, Sprocket Rocket and the Supersampler, although I also use an analogue Pentax sometimes, and a Canon 60D.
Favorite subject: I guess it would be the beach. Not only the beach itself, but all it surroundings, friends together, happy people having a good time, surfing, sunsets and all the nature around.
Inspired by: Inspiration comes from things I see, places I go, people around me…Maybe it comes from the sunlight, bright colors of nature, an outdoor lifestyle, joyful moments with friends.
The Analog Love Project: Analog Love is a compilation of my analogue pictures. I think when they are put together they create a joyful wave, put some color into your day. I like all the process of taking analogue pictures, and I do it with much love. So in this blog I can share all this love.
Random fact: Hum…Even though I was born by the beach and have being surfing for some years, the first time I tried snowboarding in Lake Tahoe, 2008, I fell in love with that more then anything in my life.